The Foundations of Ethology
This book is a contribution to the history of ethology-not a definitive history, but the personal view of a major figure in that story. It is all the more welcome because such a grand theme as ethology calls for a range of perspectives. One reason is the overarching scope of the subject. Two great questions about life that constitute much of biology are "How does it work (...more
Hardcover, 380 pages
Published September 23rd 1981 by Springer
(first published 1981)
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