Literature References

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S. A. Barnett, Thompson, W. R., Levine, S., Hinde, R. A., Harlow, H. F., Harlow, M. K., Bowlby, E. J. M.1962Lessons from animal behaviour for the Clinician
R. Q. Bell, Hinde R. A.1963Brood patch sensitivity of female canaries brought into reproductive condition in winter
F. L. Clayton, Hinde R. A.1968The habituation and recovery of aggressive display in Betta splendens
J. Fisher, Hinde R. A.1949The opening of milk bottles by birds
R. A. Hinde1981Animal signals: Ethological and games-theory approaches are not incompatible
R. A. Hinde1976On describing relationships
R. A. Hinde1976Interactions, relationships and social structure
R. A. Hinde1973On the design of check-sheets
R. A. Hinde1969Analyzing the roles of partners in a behavioral interaction mother- infant relations in Rhesus macaques
R. A. Hinde1967The nature of aggression
R. A. Hinde1966Ritualization and social communication in Rhesus monkeys
R. A. Hinde1962Temporal relations of brood patch development in domesticated canaries
R. A. Hinde1960Energy models of motivation
R. A. Hinde1960Factors governing the changes in strength of a partially inborn response, as shown by the mobbing behaviour of the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
R. A. Hinde1959Unitary drives
R. A. Hinde1959Behaviour and speciation in bird and lower vertebrates
R. A. Hinde1959Some factors influencing sexual and aggressive behaviour in male chaffinches
R. A. Hinde1959Seasonal variations in clutch size and hatching success of domesticated canaries
R. A. Hinde1958Alternative motor patterns in chaffinch song
R. A. Hinde1958The nest-building behavior of domesticated canaries
R. A. Hinde1957Consequences and goals - Some issues raised by Dr. Kortlandt's paper on " Aspects and prospects of the concept of instinct"
R. A. Hinde1956The biological significance of the territories of birds
R. A. Hinde1956A comparative study of the courtship of certain finches (Fringillidae)
R. A. Hinde1956The behaviour of certain cardueline F1 inter-species hybrids
R. A. Hinde1956Ethological models and the concept of 'Drive'
R. A. Hinde1955A comparative study of the courtship of certain finches (Fringillidae)
R. A. Hinde1955The modifiability of instinctive behaviour
R. A. Hinde1955The following response of moorhens and coots
R. A. Hinde1954Changes in responsiveness to a constant stimulus
R. A. Hinde1954The courtship and copulation of the Greenfinch (Chloris chiloris)
R. A. Hinde1954Factors governing the changes in the strength of a partially inborn response, as shown by the mobbing behaviour of the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs). I. The nature of the response, and an examination of its course
R. A. Hinde1954Factors governing the changes in the strength of a partially inborn response, as shown by the mobbing behaviour of the chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs). II. The waning of the response
R. A. Hinde1953Appetitive behaviour, consummatory act, and the hierrarchical organization of behavior-with special reference to the great tit (Parus major)
R. A. Hinde1953A possible explanation of paper-Tearing behaviour in birds
R. A. Hinde1953The conflict between drives in the courtship and copulation of the Chaffinch
R. A. Hinde1952The behaviour of the great tit (Parus major) and some other related species
R. A. Hinde, Atkinson S.1970Assessing the roles of social partners in maintaining mutual proximity, as exemplified my mother-infant relations in Rhesus monkeys
R. A. Hinde, Bell, R. Q., Steel, R.1963Changes in sensitivity of the canary brood patch during the natural breeding season
R. A. Hinde, Davies L.1972Removing infant Rhesus from mother for 13 days compared with removing mother from infant
R. A. Hinde, Davies L.1972Changes in mother-infant relationship after separation in Rhesus monkeys
R. A. Hinde, McGinnis L.1977Some factors influencing the effects of temporary mother-infant separation: Some experiments with Rhesus monkeys
R. A. Hinde, Rowell, T. E., Spencer-Booth, Y.1964Behaviour of socially living Rhesus monkeys in their first six months
R. A. Hinde, Spencer-Booth Y.1970Individual differences in the responses of Rhesus monkeys to a period of separation from their mothers
R. A. Hinde, Spencer-Booth Y.1968The study of mother-infant interaction in captive group-living Rhesus monkeys
R. A. Hinde, Spencer-Booth Y.1967The behaviour of socially living Rhesus monkeys in their first two and a half years
R. A. Hinde, Spencer-Booth Y.1967The effects of separating Rhesus monkey infants from their mothers for six days
R. A. Hinde, Spencer-Booth, Y., Bruce, M.1966Effects of 6-day maternal deprivation of Rhesus monkey infants
R. A. Hinde, Steel E.1972Reinforcing events in the integration of canary nest-building
R. A. Hinde, Steel E.1964Effect of exogenous hormones on the tactile sensitivity of the canary brood patch
R. A. Hinde, Steel E.1964Effect of exogenous estrogen on brood patch development of infant and ovariectomized canaries

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