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    A Possible Contribution of Phenomenology to Ethology: Application to a Behaviour Pattern in the Mouse.Fabienne Lenoble & Pascal Carlier - 1996 - Acta Biotheoretica 44 (1):75-83.
    Classical ethology encourages a causal approach to animal behaviour, using Tinbergen's four questions concerning evolution, function, mechanism and development of behaviour. It sets aside the study of mental processes, which could otherwise help to unify our picture of the relationships between animal and environment. Here the steps in research focused on the psychological meaning of a peculiar behaviour in the mouse — carrying its tail — and what this implies regarding the mouse's cognitive world are given. Initial empirical observations suggested (...)
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    Au sujet des couleurs de céphalopodes — rencontre de points de vue sémiotique et éthologique.Marie Renoue & Pascal Carlier - 2006 - Semiotica 2006 (160):115-139.
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  3. On the Subject of the Colors of Cephalopods-a Meeting of Semiotic and Ethologic Points of View.Marie Renoue & Pascal Carlier - 2006 - Semiotica 160 (1-4):115-139.
     
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