Definition of Ethological. Meaning of Ethological. Synonyms of Ethological

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Definition of Ethological

Ethological
Ethologic Eth`o*log"ic, Ethological Eth`o*log"ic*al, a [See Ethology.] treating of, or pertaining to, ethnic or morality, or the science of character. --J. S. Mill.

Meaning of Ethological from wikipedia

- knowledge and opinions concerning human behaviour gained by applying ethological principles and methods and published their journal, The Human Ethology...
- Attachment Theory is a psychological, evolutionary and ethological theory concerning relationships between humans. The most important tenet is that young...
- stored products, particularly food grains, and a model organism for ethological and food safety research. The red flour beetle attacks stored grain and...
- cl****ification. Adolf Seilacher was the first to propose a broadly accepted ethological basis for trace fossil cl****ification. He recognized that most trace...
- Nayler, C. (2005) Theories of Self Esteem. Positive Psychology. The ethological perspective (Barkow, 1980) suggests that self-esteem is an adaptation...
- biology, though psychological theories have been developed based on ethological ideas (e.g. sociobiology, evolutionary psychology, attachment theory...
- Zoology at the University of Cambridge. Hinde is best known for his ethological contributions to the fields of animal behaviour and developmental psychology...
- The Kewpie doll effect is a term used in developmental psychology derived from research in ethology to help explain how a child's physical features, such...
- Seinenu Thein-Lemelson (University of California, Berkeley) utilized an ethological approach to examine cross-cultural differences in human grooming as it...
- of the Arms". In: Chr. Sütterlin et al. (ed.): Art as Behaviour. An Ethological Approach to Visual and Verbal Art, Music and Architecture. Oldenburg...
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