Advances in the Study of Behavior, Volume 22
Academic Press, Apr 20, 1993 - Psychology - 330 pages
Advances in the Study of Behavior is the leading series in its field. Each volume includes a variety of review essays by experts providing authoritative overviews of key areas of current interest that are invaluable to the teacher, student, and researcher in the field of behavior, whether psychologist or biologist. This volume continues the tradition of excellence in the study of behavior by covering a whole range of biological and psychological research. Each of the chapters presents new ideas, with a particularly interesting approach to sexual coercion. The volume as a whole has a particular strength in the area of behavioral development, which is the main topic of the last three chapters.
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Chapter 2 Parasites and the Evolution of Host Social Behavior
Lessons Learned from Divergent Spider Populations
Chapter 4 Proximate and Developmental Aspects of Antipredator Behavior
The Interaction That Leads to Sucking
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