Advances in the Study of Behavior, Volume 36
H. Jane Brockmann, Peter J.B. Slater, Charles T. Snowdon, Timothy J. Roper, Marc Naguib, Katherine E. Wynne-Edwards
Academic Press, Dec 14, 2006 - Psychology - 488 pages
The aim of Advances in the Study of Behavior is to serve scientists engaged in the study of animal behavior, including psychologists, neuroscientists, biologists, ethologists, pharmacologists, endocrinologists, ecologists, and geneticists. Articles in the series present critical reviews of significant research programs with theoretical syntheses, reformulation of persistent problems, and/or highlighting new and exciting research concepts.
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