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human ethologyHumanethologie (ger.)

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    It may also be recalled, in connection with the first sentence of Watson’s definition that John Stuart Mill in his Logic (I843) preceded St. Hilaire in the use of the term »ethology« for the science of human character, but since the character of an organism is revealed only in its reactions to its environment, that is by its behavior, there is no fundamental difference between animal and human ethology.

    Wheeler, W.M. (1926). [Rev. Watson, J.B. (1926). Behaviorism]. Quart. Rev. Biol. 1, 439-443: 442; cf. Freeman, D. (1967). Anthropology, ethology and verbal behaviour. Man 2, 301-302: 302.