LEARNING AND ASSOCIATED PHENOMENA IN INVERTEBRATES.
Proceedings of a joint conference held at Cambridge, England, 7-9 Jul 64,
ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR HARPENDEN (ENGLAND)
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Contents Learning, world models and pre-adaptation Paramecia, planaria and pseudo-learning Studies of the behaviour of Paramecium aurelia Behavioural studies of the coelenterate Hydra piradi Behaviour of sessile coelenterates in relation to some conditioning experiments Adaptive changes in cnidarians Cannibals, chemicals and contiguity Behaviour of planaria in instrumental learning paradigms Learning in planarians Learning in annelids and attempts at the chemical modification of this behaviour Learning abilities of nereid polychaetes and the role of the supra-oesophageal ganglion Research and theory on conditioning of annelids Descartes, mechanistic biology and animal behaviour Planarian learning Learning and movement in octopuses Discrimination learning in the octopus Release and orientation of behaviour and the role of learning as demonstrated in crustacea Aspects of orientation in the diggerwasp Bembix Rostrata Electrophysiological approach to learning in isolatable ganglia Macromolecular coding in nerve cell and embryo.