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Ethological Concepts and Human Development

  • Wagner H. Bridger

Abstract

In this paper I shall first present a general discussion of the relationship between ethology and human development, then describe a comparative psychophysiological approach, and finally give an account of some of my own research.

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Heart Rate Level Oral Stimulation Satiate State Nonnutritional Sucking Sucking Activity 
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