Around the same time, Konrad Lorenz
's On Aggression and Desmond Morris' The Naked Ape appeared in bookstores.
The Austrian ethologist Konrad Lorenz
gave one of my favourite examples, about his dog, Bully, who broke the fundamental rule never to bite your superior.
La descripcion que hace Konrad Lorenz
en Cuando el hombre encontro al perro (1950) del paseo que hace con su perra Susi para nadar en el Danubio, solo es comparable en intimidad a la que escribe sobre el seguir escuchando sus pasos despues de muerto.
De Waal dwells on pioneers such as Karl von Frisch, who "discovered that honeybees use a waggle dance to communicate distant food locations" (11); Konrad Lorenz
, "the maestro of observation" who "urged us to grasp the whole animal before zooming in on its various parts" (19); and Niko Tinbergen, who de Waal says "best spelled out the ethological agenda and turned the field into a respectable science" (41).
Psicologo, Fundacion Universitaria Konrad Lorenz
, Bogota, Colombia.
Lo citan Freud (El malestar en la cultura) y Konrad Lorenz
(Sobre la agresion: el pretendido mal) arguyendo que la agresion es natural.
Como investigador y parafraseando el titulo de la obra cumbre de Konrad Lorenz
Das sogenannte Bose.
Igualmente, articulos nacionales de la Universidad Catolica de Colombia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia y la Fundacion Universitaria Konrad Lorenz
Being himself fascinated with the works of Konrad Lorenz
, Fet was the first to introduce Lorenz's main books to the Russian readers.
The Austrian ethologist (study of animal behavior) Konrad Lorenz
best known for his proposed theories of imprinting (in which a young animal acquires several of its behavioral characteristics from its parent) was best known to Introductory Psychology students as the professor being followed around by a gaggle of geese who had imprinted on him.
"Studies on humans suggest that people who have experienced high levels of social stress and deprivation have shorter telomeres," Dustin Penn from the Konrad Lorenz
Institute of Ethology at the Vetmeduni Vienna said.
Austrian zoologist Konrad Lorenz
wrote: "Every man gets a narrower and narrower field of knowledge in which he must be an expert in order to compete with other people."