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" The same individual does not always behave in the same Universality way under the same external conditions, but the behavior of tbl3 depends upon the physiological condition of the animal. The reaction to any given stimulus is modified by the past experience... "
Behavior of the Lower Organisms - Página 179
por Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
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The American Naturalist

1907
...the modification of behavior through the previous experiences of the organism. In the case of Stentor the same individual does not always behave in the...the animal. The reaction to any given stimulus is motlified by the past experience of the animal, and the modifications art- regulatory, not haphazard,...
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The American Naturalist

1907
...the modification of behavior through the previous experiences of the organism. In the case of Stentor the same individual does not always behave in the...regulatory, not haphazard, in character. The phenomena arc thus similar to those shown in the "learning" of higher organisms, save that the modifications...
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A Text-book in the Principles of Education

Ernest Norton Henderson - 1910 - 593 páginas
...always behave in the same Universality way under the same external conditions, but the behavior " f tbia depends upon the physiological condition of the animal....reaction to any given stimulus is modified by the past experi- animals ence of the animal, and the modifications are regulatory, not haphazard in character....
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The Science of Human Behavior: Biological and Psychological Foundations

Maurice Parmelee - 1913 - 443 páginas
...between the behavior of the unicellular and the higher organisms are indicated in the following passage: "The same individual does not always behave in the...upon the physiological condition of the animal. The reacFIG. 7. — Sltntor rasdii Ehr. (From Jennings, after Stein.) tion to any given stimulus is modified...
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The System of Animate Nature: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in ..., Volumen1

John Arthur Thomson - 1920 - 687 páginas
...more and more pronounced character, until by one of them it rids itself of the stimulation" (p. 176). "The same individual does not always behave in the...same way under the same external conditions, but the behaviour depends upon the physiological condition of the animal. The reaction to any given stimulus...
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