The Behavior of Fish and Other Aquatic Animals
Edited by: David Mostofsky
- Paperback: 408 pages
- Publisher: --
- Published year: 1st, January 1, 1978
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0124313728
- ISBN-13: 978-0124313729
The revitalized interest in marine life and aquatic animals has brought with it special opportunities for the added participation by the specialties of comparative and experimental psychology. The historical union of the biological sciences and the behavioral sciences was once restricted to matters of abstruse theory or isolated ethological phenomena. Now, advances in both disciplines have created interdependencies in a variety of research settings. Research in aquatic life provides the most recent development for extending this joint partnership. While the level of expertise in this area resides mostly in biology, at least three categories of considerations warrant a critical and careful examination of the argument for a more aggressive and informed involvement by psychology at this time. They provide the guiding spirit for this book.
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