Animal Communication

Techniques of Study and Results of Research

by Thomas A. Sebeok

Twenty-four original articles by world-renowned experts in the fields of zoology and psychology present an extensive survey of the "state of the art" as of the late 1960's. Topics range from a review of the techniques of study of animal communication and the mechanics of communication to communication the practical uses and implications of these studies for related fields of study. Contributors are Richard D. Alexander, Stuart A. Altmann, Gregory Bateson; W. Frank Blair, Rene-Guy Busnel, A. Richard Diebold, Hubert Frings, Mable Frings, Donald R. Griffin, Jeremy J. Hatch, Charles F. Hockett, Barbara I. Hooker, Peter H. Klopfer, Eric H. Lenneberg, Peter Marler, Abraham A. Moles, Thomas C. Poulter, J. P. Scott, Thomas A. Sebeok, W. John Smith, William N. Tavolga, Gunter Tembrock, Adrian M. Wenner, and Edward 0. Wilson.

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  • isbn
    978-0-253-04898-1
  • publisher
    Indiana University Press
  • publisher place
    Bloomington, Indiana USA
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    CC-BY-NC-ND
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    Copyright © Trustees of Indiana University
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    Indiana University Press
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