Animal Behaviour: Psychobiology, Ethology and Evolution

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Longman, 1999 - Psychology - 580 pages
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The third edition of Animal Behaviour continues to provide a balanced and integrated introductory treatment of the entire domain of animal behaviour for Biology and Psychology students. The text assumes no previous knowledge and has been designed to guide new students with a diversity of backgrounds through a logical sequence of study to a full understanding of complex behavioural patterns.

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The evolution of behaviour
Behaviour genetics
Natural selection ecology and behaviour

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David McFarland is the University Reader in Animal Behaviour at Oxford.

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