posted by Allison on .
They type of learning that is involved in predator/prey interactions where an alteration in behavior is a response to stimulus is called
A. Habituation Learning
B. Cognitive learning
C. Instinctive Learning
D. Associative Learning
E. Non-associative Learning
I believe it can be C, D, or A...? Is that right?
Thanks, Ariyonia! :)
You were wrong... It's not A.
Allison --- I suggest you Google your other choices.
I am, but none of them are giving me the information I need. I researched them all for hours only to come out empty-handed.
Oh I'm sorry I just guessed because I took biology already
The deer here by my house associate long objects near humans as a dangerous thing, they learn it from watching the adults when they are babes. The associate those long things with a following noise, and death to dad or mom, and hunger from no more nursing. I can by myself walk gently outside, of course if do it slowly, but if I raise a long thing up, a branch, flyswatter, or a broom, or a gun, they flee immediately. Association is a powerful tool.
It's alright... But could you at least mention that it's just a guess before you end up giving me a C+ in Biology..!
^^ Thanks, Bobpursley.