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James Serpell

and the means to beneŽt emotionally and physi- cally from this. For the animals, it has created a novel ecological niche, a set of unusual evolutionary selection pressures, and a variety of corresponding adaptations—some of which are detrimental to the animals’ welfare. In this 94 • James A. Serpell

Paul F. Cunninghaml

. Students cannot expect to find in the animal' s behavior anything more than the current adaptation of that animal - an 204 adaptation that is superimposed upon his natural reactions - and a simplis- tic, incomplete, and misleading picture of human behavior that the animal lab is intended to represent

Gala Argent

: The origins of right and wrong in humans and other animals 1996 Cambridge, MA Harvard University Press Dietz U. L. Levine M.A. Renfrew C. Boyle K. Horseback riding: Man’s access to speed? Prehistoric steppe adaptation and the horse 2003 Cambridge, UK

Shelley L. Galvin and Harold A. Herzog

their unpublished data on college students and coronary bypass patients, and Linda Costello and Rick Cary for their comments on the article. References Aspinwal, L. G. & Taylor, S. E. (1992). Modeling cognitive-adaptation: A longitudinal investigation of the impact of individual differences and coping

Erich Ritter and Raid Amin

within a radius of 2.5 meters from the center were included. If it was later determined that the video camera had shifted while collecting data (e.g., due to wind), postrecording adaptations of the measuring areas were performed. Single video frames, taken from Apple© Final Cut Pro© 5.0 or iMovie HD 6

Robert W. Mitchell and Elizabeth Edmonson

a new context. Journal of Child Language, 9, 229-237. Jocic, M. (1978). Adaptation in adult speech during communication with children. In N. Waterson & C. Snow (Eds.), The development of communication (pp. 159-171). New York: Wiley. Katcher, A. H. (1981). Interactions between people and their pets

Patricia Anderson

, and birds of very rare color may sell for several thousand dollars each. Thus, the natural color, a key part of the species’ adaptation, is dismissed as ordinary, and the bird is devalued and trivialized. Avian vet- erinarian, K. Welle (personal communication, March 22, 2003), is concerned about the

Paul Cunningham

experimental design variables. Students cannot expect to Žnd in the animal’ s behavior anything more than the current adaptation of that animal - an Animals in Psychology Education • 203 adaptation that is superimposed upon his natural r eactions - and a simplis- tic, incomplete, and misleading picture of

John Knight

alone to view with any clarity or for any length of time. What might be called restricted detectability is a characteristic of most wildlife. Th e background to this restricted detectability of wild animals lies in their antipredatory adaptations—physical and behavioral—which make them less visible. Th

Garry Marvin

saccharine adaptation by Disney has shaped the attitude to deer, deer hunting and wilderness for a multitude of people. He interprets the mythology of Bambi in terms of the intellectual atmosphere in Freud's Vienna, 92 Jungian archetypes, Christian and pagan mythology, attitudes to Germans and Germany