Behavior and Environment: The Use of Space by Animals and Men
Springer US, Jan 1, 1971 - Psychology - 411 pages
The International Symposium on "The Use of Space by Animals and Men," sponsored by the Animal Behavior Society, took place at the 135th Annual Meeting of the AAAS in Dallas, Texas, on December 29-31, 1968. This book presents the text of all papers and edited discus sions, as well as the contributions made by several individuals who were unable Ěto attend the Symposium. The idea of holding the Symposium evolved following my presenta tion of a paper to the Animal Behavior Society in 1965  on the use of space by psychiatric patients. Members in attendance at that ses sion, chaired by G. Gottlieb, shared his interest in my compilation of human data presented in a measurable spatial context. This plea sant experience persuaded me that a discussion of space might be shared as a frame of reference which could open avenues of communica tion between behavioral scientists, the design community, and the de cision makers in our society.
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BEHAVIOR IN FAMILIAR
DOMINANCE AND TERRITORIALITY AS COMPLEMENTED IN MAMMALIAN
PREPARED CONTRIBUTIONS FOR DISCUSSION OF SESSION I
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ACTH activity adaptation adrenal adrenal glands adult aggressive alpha males Alveol animals become birds budgerigar cage changes cocks communication complex conceptual space corticosterone crimson rosella crowding culture decrease dominance hierarchy eastern rosella Ecology effects environment environmental evolution experiment experimental factors feeding females fighting flock function galah genetic glands gregarious habitat heather home range hormones house mice human important increase individual distance interac interactions involved isolation Leyhausen lipofuscin living space mammals means ment mental mice mood move movement natural neighbors nest observed occur patterns phase physical physiological population density Psychol rabbits rank rats reactions red grouse relationship reproductive response rhesus monkeys role season sender sexual signals significant situation social behavior social organization spacing behavior spatial spatial behavior species stimuli stress structure survival territorial behavior tion Treatment units variables velocity Wynne-Edwards young