1 edition of delayed reaction in animals and children found in the catalog.
delayed reaction in animals and children
Walter Samuel Hunter
|Statement||[by] Walter S. Hunter. Pub. at Cambridge, Boston, Mass.|
|LC Classifications||QL750 .B5 1913 vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 86 p.|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||13014604|
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The delayed reaction in animals and children. [Walter S Hunter] -- "The experiments in this monograph aim at an analysis of typical mammalian behavior under conditions where the determining stimulus is absent at the moment of response.
Genre/Form: Academic theses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hunter, Walter Samuel, Delayed reaction in delayed reaction in animals and children book and children. Cambridge, Holt . InHunter completed his doctoral dissertation on Delayed Reaction in Animals and Children.
He was a pioneer in the effort of scientific documentation, having created Psychological Abstracts inwhich contained documents from psychologists in the U.S. and mater: University of Chicago, University of. Raccoons featured prominently in his celebrated delayed-reaction experiments, first published as his dissertation.
One of the most truly comparative studies of the era, his research subjected 22 rats, two dogs, four raccoons and five human children to the same experiment. The good news is that children's literature is roughly twice as diverse now as it was in The number of white and non-human characters is down to percent.
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Fear reaction starts in the brain and spreads through the body to make adjustments for the best defense, or flight reaction.
The fear response starts in a region of the brain called the amygdala. Children are at higher risk for rabies exposure and subsequent illness because of their inquisitive nature and inability to read behavioral cues from dogs and other animals.
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Helping Your Child Learn Science is part of the president’s efforts to provide parents with the latest research and practical information designed to support children’s learning at home, at school and in the community. The suffering of animals used in medical research is not contested, although the scale of it often is.
However, views diverge sharply on whether animal experimentation is part of good science and results in medical breakthroughs for humans, or whether such progress could have been achieved by other means.Copyright: The original copyright on this work has expired, and since no renewals have been found at the U.S.
Copyright Office, it is in the public domain in the.