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INSTINCT, ESPECIALLY IN SOLITARY WASPS
British Journal of Psychology 1904-1920
s 9. 5 10. I. The Place of Imtinct in Animal Development. General considerations. Instinct and Compound RefEex Action. Instinct m d Intelligence. Physiological Correhtive of Instinct. II. Tha Nesting of Solitary Wasps. Illustrations of the fallibility and vam'ability of Instincts. Intelligeace assists the Instincts at every step : its h d a t w n s . Suggestiona toward a n explanation of the development of the. Critical points in the liye-history of animals. Amount of food supplied by Wasps todoi:10.1111/j.2044-8295.1911.tb00035.x fatcat:maixnrdr3jhzliocx3uiklnhsq