The behavior of animals is a specific study that deals with why animals behave in a certain way. Learning this will help you understand how the physiology and anatomy of animals can affect its behavior.
Taking this [course_title] will provide you the key concepts in studies of animal behavior. This course focuses on etiology and basic concepts in sociobiology, which are discussed with the supplementary materials given to the students.
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Course Credit: MIT
|Introduction to animal behavior and how it is studied
|Introduction to ethology
|Ethology and Konrad Lorenz’ Jackdaws
|Fixed action patterns and central nervous system
|Innate behaviors, motivation and fundamentals of ethology
|Lorenz on fundamental ethology, part 1
|Lorenz on fundamental ethology, part 2
|Lorenz on fundamentals of ethology, part 3
|Evolution and the development and plasticity of behavior, part 1
|Evolution and the development and plasticity of behavior, part 2
|Communication and Meerkats of the Kalahari Desert, part 1
|Communication and Meerkats of the Kalahari Desert, part 2
|Mating and reproduction
|Genetic influences on social behavior
|Sociobiology, mating behaviors and scientific method
|Discoveries of sociobiology
|Discoveries of sociobiology (cont.)
|Critique of cultural determinism
|Sociobiology and culture; Practical issues and sociobiology
|Triumph of sociobiology and learning
|Konrad Lorenz on learning, part 2
|Konrad Lorenz on learning, part 3
|Submit Your Assignment
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