Evolution of Brain and Behavior in Vertebrates

1st Edition

R.B. Masterton, M.E. Bitterman, C.B.G. Campbell, Nicholas Hotton

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March 9, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 494 Pages
ISBN 9780815371519 - CAT# K338222
Series: Psychology Library Editions: Comparative Psychology

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Summary

Originally published in 1976, the object of this volume was to present a relatively up-to-date overview of what was known, what was suspected, and what remained to be discovered concerning the general question of the evolution of the vertebrate brain and behaviour, and to present a list of references for those who wanted to delve deeper into one or another aspect of the problem. Accordingly, it contains chapters by palaeontologists, sensory morphologists and physiologists, comparative neurologists and comparative psychologists. The chapters are arranged in a sequence loosely approximating the order in which the various animals, brain structures, or behaviour first appeared. Therefore, the chapters fall naturally into sections, each section directed to a group of vertebrates, beginning with those which have very remote common ancestry and progressing to those with more recent common ancestry with mankind.

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