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The Place of Animal Behavior in the Biology Curriculum

M. W. Fox
BioScience
Vol. 21, No. 19 (Oct. 1, 1971), pp. 977-980
DOI: 10.2307/1296132
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1296132
Page Count: 4
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The Place of Animal Behavior in the Biology Curriculum
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Abstract

Students differ in their aptitudes and preferences for different approaches to the biology curriculum. Because of the many disciplines within the field of biology, educational programs may become fragmented into unrelated "packets" of information. This article attempts to show the relevance of this discipline, animal behavior, to undergraduate education.

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