Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Comparative Psychology

Discipline that studied animal behavior. This was an American school as opposed to the European-derived discipline of ethology and had a different approach, foremost being associated with psychology departments rather than zoology departments. Known for its research regarding rat mazes, it did have representatives in primatology, one of the most prominent being Clarence Carpenter.

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