Donald Olding Hebb (1904–1985)

@article{Milner1986DonaldOH,
  title={Donald Olding Hebb (1904–1985)},
  author={P. M. Milner},
  journal={Trends in Neurosciences},
  year={1986},
  volume={9},
  pages={347-351}
}
  • P. Milner
  • Published 31 December 1986
  • Psychology
  • Trends in Neurosciences

What Comparative Psychology is about

Comparative (or zoological) psychology is concerned with the genesis (evolution and development), control, and consequences of a broad range of behavioral patterns. It emerged during the late 19th

The Chicago Five: a family group of integrative psychobiologists.

The "Chicago Five" was a group of integrative psychobiologists, including Frank A. Beach, Donald O. Hebb, David Krech, Norman R. F. Maier, and Theodore C. Schneirla, all of whom worked with Karl S.

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