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         Ethology:     more books (100)
  1. The Foundations of Ethology by K. Lorenz, 2003-06-06
  2. Ethology: The Mechanisms and Evolution of Behavior by James L. Gould, 1982-01-17
  3. Species of Mind: The Philosophy and Biology of Cognitive Ethology by Colin Allen, Marc Bekoff, 1999-07-16
  4. Human Ethology by Irenaus Eibl-Eibesfeldt, 2007-03-31
  5. Patterns of Behavior: Konrad Lorenz, Niko Tinbergen, and the Founding of Ethology by Richard W. Burkhardt Jr., 2005-03-15
  6. Animal Behaviour: Psychobiology, Ethology and Evolution (3rd Edition) by David McFarland, 1998-12-15
  7. The Ethology of Domestic Animals (Modular Texts) by Per Jensen, 2009-05-28
  8. Onto-ethologies: The Animal Environments of Uexknll, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, and Deleuze (SUNY series in Environmental Philosophy and Ethics) by Brett Buchanan, 2009-07
  9. Individuals, Relationships and Culture: Links between Ethology and the Social Sciences (Themes in the Social Sciences) by Robert A. Hinde, 1988-01-29
  10. Cat Behavior: The Predatory and Social Behavior of Domestic and Wild Cats (Garland series in ethology) by Paul Leyhausen, 1979-09
  11. Ethology: Biology of Behaviour by Irenaus Eibl-Eibesfeldt, 1975-04
  12. Cognitive Ethology: Essays in Honor of Donald R. Griffin (Comparative Cognition and Neuroscience Series)
  13. Animal Behaviour; A Synthesis of Ethology and Comparative Psychology, Second Edition by Robert A. Hinde, 1970
  14. A Dictionary of Ethology by Klaus Immelmann, Colin Beer, 1992-01-01

1. Applied Ethology Home Page
Studies the behavior of animals kept in captivity. Find a discussion list, live video feeds, and factsheets on behavioral problems. Welcome to Applied ethology on the world wide web!
Welcome to Applied Ethology on the world wide web!
This web page is dedicated to the field of applied animal behaviour. This discipline studies the behaviour of domestic animals or other animals kept in captivity. Our intention here is to bring together a diverse set of resources students and scientists may find useful and which may also be of interest to anyone else wanting to learn a bit more about animal behaviour. We have provided original information as well as links to other related material already on the internet. CONTENTS
  • Applied Ethology Discussion List An e-mail forum discussing applied ethology topics. Applied Ethology Discussion List Archives AE discussion list messages since 1-Nov-93. Behaviour Links Explore other useful websites with information on animal behaviour. 19-Mar-03 Behaviour Problems Information sheets on a variety of animal behaviour problems. International Society for Applied Ethology ( ISAE ) The ISAE home page. ISAE Canada The Canadian Region home page for the ISAE. Jobs and Graduate Studentships Positions currently available in applied ethology.
  • 2. ISAE Home Page
    Archives of Films, Videos and photographies on the ethology of Humans comparing different cultures Film Archive of Human ethology. of the MaxPlanck-Society
    Welcome to the Home Page of the International Society for Applied Ethology. We were originally formed as The Society for Veterinary Ethology by veterinarians and academics interested in the behaviour of captive or domesticated animals and has devoloped into the leading international society promoting research and education into the behaviour and welfare of farm, laboratory, companion and zoo animals. From this site you can access information on the society's aims and its constitution, council members and regional secretaries. The society holds an international congress each year and regional meetings are held regularly throughout the world. For more information on ISAE and its activities Click here.

    3. Ethology - Aims And Scope
    Tables of contents, contacts, and subscription information for this Blackwell WissenschaftsVerlag journal.
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    Aims and Scope
    Official Organ of the Ethologische Gesellschaft e.V.
    The journal publishes original contributions from all branches of behavioural research on all species of animals, both in the field and lab. It contains scientific articles of general interest in English language that are based on a theoretical framework. A section on "Current issues - perspectives and reviews" is included as well as theoretical investigations, essays on controversial topics and reviews of notable books.
    Indexing and Abstracting
    This journal is covered by Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts; AGRICOLA
    Biological Abstracts

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    Current Contents
    /Agriculture, Biology, and Environmental Sciences;
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    /Behavioral Sciences; Current Contents /Life Sciences; Elsevier BIOBASE/Current Awareness in Biological Sciences FISHLIT /Fish and Fisheries Worldwide; GEOBASE (Ecological Abstracts);

    4. Springer LINK: Journal Of Ethology
    The Springer Journal Journal of ethology publishes original articles and reviewson all aspects of animal behavior, including traditional ethology.
    Chief Editor: Kazuki Tsuji Would you like to automatically receive every new table of contents of Journal of Ethology ? Then register with our free-of-charge mail service LINK Alert by entering your email address here: Online First Articles only Printed issues only You will receive confirmation via email.
    A Publication of the Japan Ethological Society
    ISSN: 0289-0771 (printed version)
    ISSN: 1439-5444 (electronic version)

    5. Film Archive Of Human Ethology
    Videos and photography of people comparing different cultures.
    Film Archive of Human Ethology
    of the Max-Planck-Society
    Human Studies Center at the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich
    D-82346 Andechs
    Tel. +49 (8152) 373-159; FAX: +49 (8152) 373-170

    German version
    The Film Archive of Human Ethology is a scientific research institute. Inspection of the archive's material only for scientific purposes. If applicable, please send a letter by "snail mail" to Prof. Dr. Eibl-Eibesfeldt!
    For all other purposes, please refer to our published material , which is exclusively available through the IWF Knowledge and Media
    information about the Film Archive

    visit Prof. Dr. Eibl-Eibesfeldt's homepage

    staff of the Film Archive
    ... Himba: raising of eyebrows ("eyebrow-flash") series filmed through a right-angle lens by Prof. Dr. Eibl-Eibesfeldt in 1990 Impressum

    6. Ontologies For Ethology
    Peter E. Midford's research in coding animal behavior descriptions, particularly ethograms using ontology and knowledge represention techniques.
    Ontologies for Ethology
    Peter E. Midford
    Welcome to the ontologies for ethology page, documenting a project to develop knowledge representation, including ontologies, as tools for describing and analyzing animal behavior. The project is currently developing a set of ontologies for courtship behavior in a clade of Habronattus jumping spiders from raw video of behavior sequences. Ultimately, a small library of of such knowledge bases will serve as sample data to develop methods for comparative studies and (secondarily) other varieties of linking between knowledge bases across behavior studies. The plan is to eventually provide these comparative tools into the Mesquite tool. The purpose of this project is not to propose a particular upper-level or coding for ontologies, but to demonstrate ontology construction as a general technique for coding ethograms and other descriptions of behavior into machine understandable forms. As such, it is intended to encompass, rather than serve as an alternative to, previous attempts at formalizing the description of behavior.

    7. UB - Hominid Paleo-ethology
    Hominid Paleoethology Unit. Aegyptopithecus, Homo habilis, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis (by Carlo Ranzi)
    Hominid Paleo-ethology Unit Aegyptopithecus, Homo habilis, Homo sapiens neanderthalensis (by Carlo Ranzi) Jordi Serrallonga
    We have, in other words, added the paleo-ethologist to the list of those who work in pluridisciplinary teams researching into Prehistory, namely technologists, archaeozoologists, palinologists, sedimentologists, paleoanthropologists and other specialists.
    Hominid Paleo-ethology is the discipline which tries to reconstruct the behaviour of fossil hominids
    Ethoprimatology Chimpanzee Ethoprimatology (or Primate Ethology) is the science which studies the behaviour of living Non Human Primates. Many living species of primates show patterns of behaviour which could well have been used by fossil hominids. Examples of this are forms of social structure of baboons and the technical skills of chimpanzees.
    Experimental Archaeology
    We will never be able to reconstruct behaviour patterns by simply focusing on archaeological remains. We also have to attempt to experimentally reproduce techniques and activities of the time which led, for instance, to the making of a series of stone tools, the curing of animal skin, etc.
    Hominid Paleo-ethology Unit
    Works published
    Dissertations, minor thesis, reports

    8. Ludwig Boltzmann Institute For Urban Ethology
    Research group directed by Irenäus EiblEibesfeldt and Karl Grammer at the University of Vienna, Category Science Social Sciences Research Groups...... International Society for Humanethology. SPECIAL ISSUE of the NEUROENDOCRINOLOGYLETTERS on HUMAN ethology and EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY.

    Urban Living
    Human Beauty Landscapes Communication
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    9. Ethology And Evolutionary Psychology
    Curato dall'etologo Prof. Camperio Ciani, contiene la propria biografia, progetti e ricerche in corso, pubblicazioni, materiali e novit  per il corso di Etologia presso la Facolt  di Psicologia dell'Universit  di Padova. In italiano e inglese.

    10. NetEditor
    Research and review articles on all aspects of animal behaviour.
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    EEE Ecology Ethology Evolution

    Rivista scientifica, trimestrale
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    11. Horse Behavior And Psychology, From White Horse Farm Equine Ethology Project
    Features illustrated articles and forum discussion on the psychology and behavior of the horse. Subjects include evolution, social behavior and welfare, learning, body language, grazing, family, history of horse Whispering, and history of the Thoroughbred. Also provides related links.
    The horse has been designed and molded by evolution so that it possesses a range of behaviors that have supported its existence and maintained the survival of the Equine species. The relationship between the horse and mankind is thousands of years old, but it is only in the last half century that we have begun to seriously study the core behaviors which make up the 'nature' of those animals that we use. Many management methods in use today have their origins in the days before new disciplines such as Ethology, Sociobiology and comparative psychology arose, yet it is these disciplines that have offered us an understanding of both animal and human nature, and insights into how behavior can best be understood, and behavioral problems overcome. Members Login.

    12. Ishe.jpg
    Promotes research in human behavior. Information on academic research programs in behavior, and links to software tools for the study of behavior.
    Linda Mealey Award for Young Researchers Owen F. Aldis Fund info jobs Linda Mealey Award for Young Researchers Owen F. Aldis Fund info jobs ... Contact

    13. NetEditor - Sezione Eee
    Publishes research and review articles on all aspects of animal behavior. Formerly called Monitore Zoologico Italiano.
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    Formerly Monitore Zoologico Italiano
    Since 1890
    provides publication of research and review articles on all aspects of animal behaviour. Articles should emphasize the significance of the research for understanding the function, ecology, or evolution of behaviour. Research articles may be in the form of full length papers or short research reports. The Editor encourages the submission of short papers containing critical discussion of current issues in the study of animal behaviour. Monograph-length manuscripts on topics of major interest, as well as descriptions of new methods are welcome. A Forum, Letters to Editor and Book Reviews are also included. Also available are Special Issues which are not published periodically and which vary in price according to the issue. Editor in Chief
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    ethology and Evolutionary Psychology Etologia e Psicologia Evoluzionistica, a cura del Prof. Andrea Camperio Ciani - Universita' di Padova, Italy

    15. Applied Ethology E-mail Network
    Applied ethology Discussion List. An Saskatchewan. Anyone with aninterest in applied animal ethology is welcome to participate.
    Applied Ethology Discussion List
    An e-mail network has been set-up for the exchange of information, discussions, announcements, news items, etc., that are of interest to people working and interested in applied animal ethology. The network was the initiative of members of the ISAE (International Society for Applied Ethology) Council and is maintained by Dr. Joseph Stookey with the help of computer systems experts at the University of Saskatchewan. Anyone with an interest in applied animal ethology is welcome to participate. There are no fees or charges associated with this discussion list. If you would like to subscribe to the network please do so by carefully following these instructions ... To subscribe 1) Send an e-mail message to APPLIED-ETHOLOGY-REQUEST@SASK.USASK.CA
    2) In the body of the message (not in the subject line) type :
    SUBSCRIBE APPLIED-ETHOLOGY your email address
    3) DO NOT put anything else in the message. Within a short time you will get a message confirming that you have been subscribed, explaining how the network works and inviting you to introduce yourself to the other subscribers.

    16. Sociedad Española De Etología / Spanish Ethological Society
    The Society facilitates collaboration and communication among Spanish and LatinAmerican ethologists through publications, symposia, lectures, and instruction.

    17. Sociobiology
    Explains major concepts of Sociobiology, including ethology, Evolution, Attraction, Sexual Dimorphism, Imprinting, Kin Selection, Reciprocal Altruism, and Dominance Hierarchies. Contrasts the roles of Sociobiology and Culture.
    SOCIOBIOLOGY C. George Boeree Ever since Darwin came out with his theory of evolution, people - including Darwin himself have been speculating on how our social behaviors (and feelings, attitudes, and so on) might also be affected by evolution. After all, if the way our bodies look and work as biological creatures can be better understood through evolution, why not the things we do with those bodies? The entemologist E. O Wilson was the first to formalize the idea that social behavior could be explained evolutionarily, and he called his theory sociobiology. At first, it gained attention only in biological circles even there it had strong critics. When sociologists and psychologists caught wind of it, the controversy really got started. At that time, sociology was predominantly structural-functionalist, with a smattering of Marxists and feminists. Psychology was still dominated by behaviorist learning theory, with humanism starting to make some headway. Not one of these theories has much room for the idea that we, as human beings, could be so strongly determined by evolutionary biology! Over time, Wilson's sociobiology found more and more supporters among biologists, psychologists, and even anthropologists. Only sociology has remained relatively unaffected.

    18. Applied Ethology Network
    Applied ethology Network. The Applied address not include a subject header in this message. Once
    Applied Ethology Network The Applied Ethology Network is an email discussion network through which applied ethologists can exchange ideas and request help. Occasionally, jobs are advertised on this network. If you wish to subscribe to this network (it is free), send the following message: Subscribe applied-ethology username@useraddress where username is your computer id name and useraddress is the fully qualified domain name e.g., to the following address: Do not include a subject header in this message. Once you have subscribed, you can contact members of the network by sending messages to: Subscribe now! Unsubscribing If you wish to unsubscribe from the applied ethology network then simply send an email to with the text message:- Unsubscribe applied-ethology username@useraddress where username is your computer id name and useraddress is the fully qualified domain name e.g.

    19. Theoretical Biology/Bioinformatics Utrecht
    Formal models in ecology, spatial pattern formation, (molecular) evolution, immunology, and ethology. Formalisms range from mathematical models, cellular automata, genetic algorithms, to discreteevent individual-oriented simulation models. Bioinformatic approach typically involves spatial, multi-leveled models with many interacting entities whose behavior is determined by local information.
    Theoretical Biology / Bioinformatics Group Welcome to this public WWW server of the department of Theoretical Biology at the Utrecht University Faculty of Biology , the Netherlands. Our Theoretical Biology group performs fundamental research in Biology by means of formal models. Examples of the Biological areas that we cover are ecology, spatial pattern formation, (molecular) evolution, immunology, and ethology. Our formalisms range from mathematical models, cellular automata, genetic algorithms, to discrete-event individual-oriented simulation models. We have coined the term Bioinformatics for the study of informatic processes in biotic systems. Our Bioinformatic approach typically involves spatial, multi-leveled models with many interacting entities whose behavior is determined by local information. Overview of research Feel free to request reprints of any of our publications by an Email to one of the authors or to address listed below. Papers sorted by the year of publication: Publications
    PhD theses

    Our group teaches courses in Bioinformatic Processes , in Bioinformatic Pattern Analysis , in Non-Linear Systems , in Theoretical Ecology (Reader in Dutch availabe as PDF-file ), in mathematics (Reader as

    20. Adresses And Links About Human Ethology
    Translate this page Adresses and links about Human ethology Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institute of Urban ethologyhttp//
    Adresses and links about Human Ethology
    Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institute of Urban Ethology: Ludwig-Boltzmann-Institute of Historical Anthropology: Urban Ethology (Professor Dr. Karl Grammer): International Society of Human Ethology: Max-Planck-Institute for Behavioral Physiology Seewiesen:

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