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Comparative Psychology: Evolution and Development of Behavior

This introduction to the evolutionary and developmental principles underlying the study of animal behavior provides a broad view of animal behavior from the comparative psychology perspective. Emphasizing problems and research interests that have traditional relevance for psychologist, the book uses examples drawn from specialized journals to provide a firm grasp of evolutionary science as it is applied to the understanding of behavior. The author discusses all aspects of the animal behavior including comparative learning and cognition, brain evolution and behavior, behavior genetics, behavioral ecology, social behavior in an ecological context, early experience and development, and the ontogeny of social behavior. For individuals interested in developing and deepening their understanding of evolutionary principles within psychology.

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