Professor Manning's acclaimed text is now in its fourth edition. In the new edition, Aubrey Manning has joined forces with Marian Stamp Dawkins, an experienced and accomplished writer, to present a fully revised and updated introduction to the subject. Distinguished by its broad biological approach, which links physiology, ethology, and comparative psychology, and written in a clear, attractive style.
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This well-illustrated, lucid and readable text introduces animal behaviour in all its fascinating complexity. Focusing on the individual, its broad biological approach links physiology, ethology and comparative psychology from the level of nerve cells to that of the population. Its new, more user-friendly organisation and attractive format, together with increased coverage of genetics, development and evolution represents an excellent introduction to the topic for all students of animal behaviour and psychology and their teachers.Review:
'... an excellent introduction to the study of animal behaviour.' Johan Bolhuis, Animal Behaviour
'An excellent book for all students of ethology, neurobiology, psychology and animal behaviour.' Antonita Harper, Bulletin of the British Ecological Society
' ... this edition is just as easy to read and as clearly explained as all the previous ones. It will provide an excellent and up-to-date introduction to the broad field of animal behaviour.' Marion Hall, Animal Welfare
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Descripción Cambridge University Press, 1992. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0521417597