Principles of Comparative Psychology

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PRINCIPLES OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY

EDITED BY Rolland H. Waters UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA D. A. Rethlingshafer UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Willard E. Caldwell THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC. New York Toronto London 1960

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contributors v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter 1 the Nature of Comparative Psychology 1
  • References 16
  • Chapter 2 Problems of Classification 18
  • References 42
  • Chapter 3 Innate Behavior: the Organism in Its Environment 43
  • References 71
  • Chapter 4 Sensory Processes 74
  • Summary 98
  • References 99
  • Chapter 5 Biological Approach to Motivation 102
  • Chapter 5 Biological Approach to Motivation 138
  • Chapter 6 - Acquired Drives and the Curiosity-Investigative Motives 144
  • Summary 173
  • Chapter 7 Learning 177
  • References 205
  • Chapter 8 Complex Processes 208
  • References 246
  • Chapter 9 Comparative Social Psychology 250
  • Summary 283
  • References 285
  • Chapter 10 Studies of Abnormal Behavior in Animals 289
  • References 321
  • Chapter 11 Genetics and Individual Differences 325
  • Summary 351
  • References 352
  • Chapter 12 Behavior and the Nervous System 355
  • References 376
  • Chapter 13 Theoretical Foundations of Comparative Psychology 378
  • Summary 401
  • Chapter 14 Research Trends in Comparative Psychology 405
  • References 430
  • Name Index 437
  • Subject Index 445
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