EthologyEthology The biological study of animal behavior is called Ethology. All behavior is a reaction to a stimulus. John B. Watson influenced animal behavior in the twentieth century. He published a book in 1924 called Behaviorism. Jakob von Uexkull and O. Heinroth started a school that taught about animal behavior. There are two categories of animal behavior: genetically determined or environmentally determined. Animal behavior is the different ways that animals do different things, such as hun
Test 2 Dev PsychTest 2 Dev. Psych 1) Accomodation – changing the scheme as a result of come new information acquired through assimulation. 2) Assimilation – the process of using schemes to make sense of experiences. 3) Behavior Genetics – focuses on the effect of heredity on individual differences. 4) Classical Conditioning – learning that results from the association of stimuli. 5) Cognitive Theories – emphasize mental aspects of development such as logic and memory. 6) Defense Mechanisms – a way for reducing
Jane Goodall Jane Goodall Ethologist Dr. Jane Goodall, one of the most renowned and respected scientists in the world. She is the author of six major books, numerous articles and the recipient of many prestigious awards. Her profound scientific discoveries have revolutionized the field of primatology. For example, she observed how chimpanzees made and used their own tools - a behaviour previously believed to separate man from all other animals. Jane Goodall is the world's foremost authority on chimpanzees.
Psychiatrist and PsychologistPsychiatrist and Psychologist Freud, Sigmund 1865- 1939 Sigmund Freud is the founder of modern psychoanalysis. His earlier research led him to figure out that the mind was divided into two parts- the concious mind and the uncontious mind. He also believed that in order to unlock the uncontious mind you would do so through hypnosis. He also believed that the uncontious mind speaks through dreams. He found that there are three elements to the human mind, the id, which is the pleasure seeking part,