Definition of Ethologists

1. Noun. (plural of ethologist) ¹



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Definition of Ethologists

1. ethologist [n] - See also: ethologist

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Literary usage of Ethologists

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1. Risk Assessment for Neurobehavioral Toxicity edited by Bernard Weiss, Jurg Elsner (1997)
"Approaches developed by experimental psychologists and ethologists provide ... European ethologists, through unobtrusive observation of animals in their ..."

2. Ethology: Standpoint, Method, Tentative Results by Thomas Pearce Bailey (1899)
"Malapert has been criticised by his brother ethologists because he has dared to ... The sociologists, ethologists, psychologists, and the philosophers are ..."

3. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"But at the moment we have to change this age-old idea as ethologists have observed tool-making and tool-using among ..."

4. Chambers's Edinburgh Journal by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1849)
"... and not depreciating the merit of ethologists and colourists as such, but denying that they are, in the large sense of the word, artists. ..."

5. The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality by Rudolf Schmid (1885)
"... good of naturalistic ethologists is the species or the idea of species.* But the idea of species is only the empty vessel which first becomes valuable ..."

6. Chambers' Edinburgh Journal by W. Chambers (1849)
"... and not depreciating the merit of ethologists and colourists as such, but denying that they are, in the large sense of the word, artists. ..."

7. Philosophy, Humanity and Ecology: Vol. 1: Philosophy of Nature edited by J. Odera Oruka (1996)
"Interactions would be determined, on the non-human side, by normal patterns of behaviour—of the sort that are studied by ethologists; on the human side we ..."

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