Report on the correspondence and papers of Nikolaas Tinbergen (1907-1988), ethologist in the Bodleian Library, Oxford

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Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts for National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists , London
Tinbergen, Niko, -- 1907-
Statement[compiled by Adrian Nardone and Peter Harper].
SeriesNational Register of Archives -- no.7/99
ContributionsTinbergen, Niko, 1907-1988., Nardone, Adrian., Harper, Peter., Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts., National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists.
The Physical Object
Pagination30p. ;
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Nikolaas (Niko) Tinbergen, one of the founding fathers of modern ethology, was born in The Hague on 15 April After secondary schooling in which he neglected the traditional academic subjects in favour of his sports and natural history interests, he spent a couple of months in the autumn of at the Rositten observatory in East Prussia which pioneered the scientific ringing of birds.

They illustrate Tinbergen's personal research areas, his interest in the production of scientific films as an educational tool, the advancement of ethological studies in general and the application of ethological principles to the study of mankind.

The papers include correspondence, application forms, reports and financial statements. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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[Peter Harper; Adrian Nardone; National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists.;]. Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Nikolaas Tinbergen FRS (), ethologist Description: SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL A.1 - A SECTION B RESEARCH B.1 - B SECTION C LECTURES, PUBLICATIONS AND BROADCASTS C.1 - C SECTION D AUTISM D.1 - D SECTION E CORRESPONDENCE E.1 - E Nikolaas Tinbergen’s life and work suggests that it is a combination of both these factors that characterise a truly great scientist.

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Supplementary catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Nikolaas Tinbergen FRS, (), ethologist Description: This catalogue of papers of Nikolaas Tinbergen is a supplement to that compiled in (NCUACS 27/3/91). Section B (Research) has been arranged and numbered to follow the sequence of the previous catalogue, which should.

Nikolaas Tinbergen has devoted a lifetime of research to exploring the behavior of many types of animals in their natural environments, and has founded centers of worldwide renown for research and teaching in the behavioral sciences, first in his native Holland and later at Oxford.

His influence extends far beyond the borders of Europe and zoology proper, and he has contributed substantially. Nikolaas Tinbergen, a Dutch zoologist, with the Austrian biologist Konrad Lorenz founded the field of modern ethologythe study of animals in their natural surroundings.

The two men shared the Nobel Prize for physiology and medicine with Karl von Frisch (see Vol. 5) in In January the Royal Society Archive received an exciting donation of the correspondence and photographs of a Nobel Prize winner – zoologist and biologist Nikolaas ‘Niko’ Tinbergen ().

Portrait of Niko Tinbergen c [MS//1/1/]. Nikolaas (Niko) Tinbergen, the third of five children of two Dutch schoolteachers, was born in The Hague on Tinbergen was able to report on the stickleback experiments that he and his student, Joost was the correspondence between external stimuli and innate releasing mechanisms.

Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Nikolaas Tinbergen FRS () by Peter Harper (Book) Supplementary catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Nikolaas Tinbergen FRS () (Book). Supplementary catalogue of the papers and correspondence of Nikolaas Tinbergen FRS () (Book) Nikolaas Tinbergen's discussion with Richard Evans: unique contributions, reflections, reactions by Niko Tinbergen (Visual).

Past International Ornithological Congresses (IOCongresses ®). Since its inception in the late 19th century, the Union, and its parent organization, the International Ornithological Committee, has held 26 International Ornithological Congresses in 19 countries on all. Nikolaas Tinbergen Biographical I was born in The Hague, Netherlands, on 15th Aprilthe third of five children of Dirk C.

Tinbergen and Jeannette van Eek. We were a happy and harmonious family. My mother was a warm, impulsive person; my father – a grammar school master in Dutch language and history – was devoted to his family, a very hard worker, and an intellectually stimulating man.

in with the animal behaviourists Karl von Frisch and Nikolaas Tinbergen. Lorenz was the son of an orthopedic surgeon. He showed an interest in animals at an early age, and he kept animals of various species--fish, birds, monkeys, dogs, cats, and rabbits--many of which he brought home from his boyhood excursions.

While still young. Nikolaas Tinbergen provided an elegantly comprehensive guide to behavioral research with his Four Questions. Unsurprisingly, these questions summarize the different aspects that are vital to an evolutionary perspective.

In this article, the authors describe how they use these Four Questions (plus one they have added regarding the role of culture) to facilitate evolution education in the human. Nikolaas Tinbergen. Nikolaas Tinbergen () is known for his studies of stimulus-response processes in wasps, fishes, and gulls.

He shared the Nobel Prize in medicine in for work on the organization and causes of social and individual patterns of behavior in animals.

Nikolaas Tinbergen, a zoologist, animal psychologist, and pioneer in the field of ethology (the study of the. Of the works of Nikolaas Tinbergen, the following books can be recommended: The Study of Instinct, Clarendon Press, Oxford, and (together with his wife) Autistic Children.

New Hope for a Cure, George Allen & Unwin, London, The first book was a remarkable success. It made continental ethology known all over the world. animals behave, and why. The ‘four Tinbergen ques-tions’ are typically taught in the first lesson of behaviour classes worldwide, and the original paper has developed into THE citation classic of the field ( citations by 29 November ; source: Google scholar).

In this article, Niko Tinbergen. Nikolaas Tinbergen. Nikolaas Tinbergen was a Dutch biologist and ornithologist who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with. The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between evolutionary theory and ethology in the work of Konrad Lorenz, Niko Tinbergen and V.C.

Wynne-Edwards, the farmer, hunter, and. Role Title Holding Repository; referencedIn: Papers and correspondence of Nikolaas Tinbergen,Department of Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. Nikolaas Tinbergen. Born 15 Animal in Its World: Field Studies, by Niko Tinbergen, Nikolaas Tinbergen.

- book suggestion. Samuel K. Hoffman. Inhe co-chaired a team of scientists working for the United Nations that produced the first comprehensive report on the science of climate change. This led to the U.N.

Conference on. Professor Glen McBride belongs to a generation of great ethologists. He worked with and was friends with Konrad Lorenz and Karl von Frisch, who with Nikolaas Tinbergen.

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Description Report on the correspondence and papers of Nikolaas Tinbergen (1907-1988), ethologist in the Bodleian Library, Oxford PDF

is represented by a long paper () which was later translated into a book (). For Tinbergen’s reaction we have to analyze his “four whys” paper (Tinbergen, ) and a later text (Tinbergen, ).

Taken together, these sources illuminate the differences between the two fields and the effects of. Baerends, arguably the most influential pupil of biologist Nikolaas (Niko) Tinbergen, is counted among the founders of ethology. He built a world-renowned research laboratory at Groningen, Netherlands, integrating ecological and physiological themes centered on the behavior of intact organisms in their natural surroundings.

Karl von Frisch, also an Austrian, and Nikolaas Tinbergen of the Netherlands. Lorenz, a sturdy man who prided himself on rough clothes, expressed strong views on many subjects. Learning and Intelligent Optimization: Second International Conference, LION II, Trento, Italy, DecemberSelected Papers (Lecture Notes.

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