INSTINCT AND INTELLIGENCE: Behavior of Animals and Man

By: Barnett, S. A.

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FIRST EDITION, SECOND PRINTING (stated). Hardcover with unclipped ($6.95) dust jacket. 8vo (7 x 10"). xii, (ii) 224, (2) pp. Quarter bound in publisher's black cloth over blue boards, gilt lettering on spine. Illustrated with numerous by Stanley Wyatt. A volume in the Prentice-Hall series in Nature and Natural History. Since 1945, the science of animal behavior has suddenly grown. The fascination of the ways in which animals behave remains the same, but new methods of study are now widely used. In this major new work, S. A. Barnett has drawn upon a vast reservoir of little-known research to give an up-to-date and comprehensive survey of a subject in which controversy still rages. The author covers not only the whole animal kingdom but also the sources of human behavior. He makes a significant contribution to the current debate on territorial behavior and the ownership of property. Among the problems Barnett explores is how far human and animal behavior can be properly equated. . The dust jacket is chipped along the top and bottom edges. The volume is in virtually perfect condition aside from a short gift inscription on the ffep, else fine+. FINE/VERY GOOD. . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. xii, (ii) 224, (2) pp

Title: INSTINCT AND INTELLIGENCE: Behavior of Animals and Man

Author Name: Barnett, S. A.

Illustrator: Illustrated by Stanley Wyatt

Categories: Science, Medicine & Technology, Philosophy & Social Sciences, psychology,

Edition: First Edition Thus. Second Printing

Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall: 1967

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine in Very Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 3476

Keywords: Zoology; Animals; Animal Behavior; Science; Psychology; Intelligence;