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Comparative psychology. By Edward L. Thorndike, R.H. Waters, Calvin P. Stone [and others].

; Thorndike, Edward L. (Edward Lee), 1874-1949
New York, Prentice-Hall, 1934.
ISBN 9780837160184, 0837160189

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Other Authors Moss, Fred A. 1893-1966,
Thorndike, Edward L. 1874-1949.
Subjects Psychology, Comparative.
Description xiii, 529 pages illustrations 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1934.
Notes On cover: Edited by F.A. Moss.
Contents Why study animal psychology? -- The historical background of comparative psychology -- Maturation and "instinctive" functions -- Motivation: incentives and drives -- The effect of drugs and internal secretions on animal behavior -- The functions of the receptors -- Discrimination -- The neurology of learning -- The conditioned reflex -- Learning -- Complex learning processes -- Theories of learning -- Individual differences -- Social psychology of animals -- Social psychology of animals -- "Gifted" animals.
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