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Studies of Maternal Retrieving in Rats I: Recognition of Young
Many naturalistic reports indicate that lactating females of many mammalian species are capable of discriminating between their own offspring and other young of the same age. “Recognition behavior”Expand
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Imprinting: the interaction of learned and innate behavior. I. Development and generalization.
  • J. Jaynes
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
  • 1 June 1956
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Studies of Maternal Retrieving in Rats. Iii. Sensory Cues Involved in the Lactating Female's Response To Her Young 1)
Twenty-six lactating female rats were observed in a series of tests designed to identify the sensory cues involved in the retrieving of young to the nest. In some instances females were surgicallyExpand
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Retention of a light-dark discrimination in rats of different ages.
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Imprinting: the interaction of learned and innate behavior. II. The critical period.
  • J. Jaynes
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
  • 1 February 1957
In the anatomical development of the embryo, there exist precise critical periods in which specific tissues are susceptible to environmental influences acting at that time but at no other, the fateExpand
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Studies on Maternal Retrieving in Rats: II. Effects of Practice and Previous Parturitions
The maternal behavior of 19 multiparous and 18 primiparous rats was compared. Females that had previously born and reared litters did not differ significantly from primiparous animals in prepartumExpand
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Imprinting: the interaction of learned and innate behavior. III. Practice effects on performance, retention, and fear.
  • J. Jaynes
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
  • 1 April 1958
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THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE IN THE LATE PLEISTOCENE
In this paper I shall first address the question of when language evolved, basing my answer on three assumptions. I shall then attempt the question of how language evolved, appealing to a principleExpand
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Consciousness and the voices of the mind.
Born in West Newton, Massachusetts, Julian Jaynes did his undergraduate work at Harvard and McGill and received both his master’s and doctoral degrees in psychology from Yale. While the PsychologyExpand
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