An early chapter in behavioral physiology and sociobiology: the science of Martin Lindauer View Full Text


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2002-06-13

AUTHORS

T. Seeley, S. Kühnholz, R. Seeley

ABSTRACT

. The fields of behavioral physiology and sociobiology enjoyed spectacular success in post World War II Germany. One of the major contributors to this blossoming in behavioral science was Martin Lindauer, who furthered the research approach of his mentor (Karl von Frisch), made numerous seminal discoveries, and nurtured a strong next generation in the area of neurobiology and behavior. We review the scientific development of Martin Lindauer within the German academic system in the years surrounding World War II, examine his research approach and achievements, and discuss his unusually successful methods of scientific pedagogy. More... »

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439-453

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00359-002-0318-6

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12122463


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