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Week 8 Lecture Notes

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Week 8 Lecture Notes PSY 277

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Evolutionary Psychology
Robert Keegan

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Week 8 Notes from 11/3/2015
Evolutionary Psychology
Robert Keegan
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rk18370p on Wednesday November 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 277 at Pace University taught by Robert Keegan in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Evolutionary Psychology in Psychlogy at Pace University.

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Date Created: 11/04/15
Manage Aggression 0 American Psychology 0 Topic Learning ignored instinct behavior I Behaviorism Acquired O Ethologists Europe 39 Studies bio I Studied human instinct in born behaviors social behavior Mechanisms for Managing Limiting Aggression 1 Dominance Hierarchy a Social animals b Everyone knows his or her place in social environment i Long periods of stability and peace c Alpha MaleT op Dog d How does it help i There is somebody already at the top so nobody is fighting to get to the top ii Thomas Hobbes English philosopher war of all against all e Human Example Government 2 Territoriality a Establish an area as your own ownership b Niko Tinbergen Nobel Prize i Study done on mating rituals of the three spine stickleback 1 During Mating Season a Females Belly Swells eggs are present b Males belly turns red i This only occurs if the male does something behavioral builds a nest or sand tunnel ii Establishing a territory c Female swims into territory displays belly which is a sign stimulus it triggers next behaviors Male starts to dance Female follows male Male starts to dance downwards Female follows i Fixed action pattern ii Instinct iii One response triggers the next one 2 If another male with a red belly swims into the territory a Male attacks the intruder to defend his territory b Mating Stops c Invader loses fight and swims away limiting aggression tactmg d The mating has been interrupted so now they must start over 3 If there is no intruder a b c d 6 Male pokes his nose into nest Female swims into nest Male nuzzles her tail Female releases eggs into nest and swims off Male swims into nest and releases sperm c Human Example Good fences make good neighbors 1 ii iii iV Property lines Football soccer hockey Monopoly checkers One who established the territory usually wins


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