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Animal Behavior Introduction

by: Isha Modi

Animal Behavior Introduction 3201

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This is the first week of the course, mainly focusing on what Animal Behavior is all about.
Animal Behavior
Dr. David Miller
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Introduction, animal, behavior, Psychology
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Isha Modi on Tuesday August 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 3201 at University of Connecticut taught by Dr. David Miller in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 08/23/16
Introduction Interactions with Animals - Pet - Pests - Exhibitions o Zoos o Aquariums - Media Pet Ownership - 68% of families have pets Cassowary - Large hooks on the bottom of feet - Known to attack people Exhibitions - Knowledge o Help people learn about animals - Conservation o Treat animals - Research o Scientifically learn more Media - Some movies can misrepresent how violent some animals are - Some animals are played up as people really great o Ex: dolphins Technology Interaction - Dogs sniff out cancer cells in sample - Game on iPad that displays physically to stimulate animals visually when you are away Anthropocentrism - Viewing the behavior of nonhuman organisms from a human perspectives - Relate to other organisms based on what we can normally do - Ex: Pandas, dogs, whales, dolphins - Human become anthropocentric at 3-5 Anthropomorphism - Human characteristics to animals - Dog is friendly Three aspects of scientific model - Observation - Experimentation - Models


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