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" When put into the box the cat would show evident signs of discomfort and of an impulse to escape from confinement. It tries to squeeze through any opening ; it claws and bites at the bars or wire ; it thrusts its paws out through any opening and claws... "
American Journal of Physiology - Página 7
1903
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Appletons' Popular Science Monthly, Volumen55

William Jay Youmans - 1899
...which would modify our conclusions. The behavior of all but No. 11 and No. 13 was practically the same. When put into the box the cat would show evident signs...through any opening; it claws and bites at the bars; it thrusts its paws out through any opening, and claws at everything it reaches; it continues its efforts...
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Appletons' Popular Science Monthly, Volumen55

William Jay Youmans - 1899
...which would modify our conclusions. The behavior of all but No. 11 and No. 13 was practically the same. When put into the box the cat would show evident signs of discomfort and of an impulse to escape from confinemfent. It' tries to squeeze through any opening; it claws and bites at the bars; it thrusts...
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Animal behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...(2) scratched themselves. Dr. Thorndike comments on the results of his experiments as follows : — " When put into the box the cat would show evident signs...through any opening ; it claws and bites at the bars or wire ; it thrusts its paws out through any opening, and claws at everything it reaches; it continues...
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Animal Behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...(2) scratched themselves. Dr. Thorndike comments on the results of his experiments as follows : — " When put into the box the cat would show evident signs...through any opening ; it claws and bites at the bars or wire ; it thrusts its paws out through any opening, and claws at everything it reaches; it continues...
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Animal behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...(2) scratched themselves. Dr. Thorndike comments on the results of his experiments as follows : — " When put into the box the cat would show evident signs...an impulse to escape from confinement. It tries to squceze through any opening; it claws and bites at the bars or wire; it thrusts its paws out through...
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Animal Behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1908 - 344 páginas
...(2) scratched themselves. Dr. Thorndike comments on the results of his experiments as follows : — " When put into the box the cat would show evident signs...through any opening; it claws and bites at the bars or wire; it thrusts its paws out through any opening, and claws at everything it reaches; it continues...
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The Psychology of Mentally Deficient Children

Naomi Norsworthy - 1908 - 111 páginas
...animal is placed in the desired environment. The activity of the animal is well described by Thorndike:1 "When put into the box the cat would show evident signs of discomfort and impulse to escape from confinement. It tries to squeeze through any opening, it claws and bites at...
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Animal Intelligence: Experimental Studies

Edward Lee Thorndike - 1911 - 297 páginas
...No. 6. 3-5 months. No. 13. 18-19 months. The behavior of all but 1 1 and 13 was practically the same. When put into the box the cat would show evident signs...through any opening ; it claws and bites at the bars or wire; it thrusts its paws out through any opening and claws at everything it reaches ; it continues...
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Psychological Monographs: General and Applied, Volumen2

1899
...No. 12. 4-6 months. No. 13. 18-19 months. The behavior of all but n and 13 was practically the same. When put into the box the cat would show evident signs...through any opening; it claws and bites at the bars or wire; it thrusts its paws out through any opening and claws at everything it reaches; it continues...
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The Evolution of Psychological Theory: A CRITICAL HISTORY O

Richard Lowry - 1982 - 237 páginas
...initial behavior of all but two of his cats "was practically the same. When put into the box [they] would show evident signs of discomfort and of an impulse to escape from confinement." There were two cats, however, who behaved quite differently from these. (One was "an old cat," the...
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