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Konrad Zacharias Lorenz

Max Planck Institute Seewiesen, Pöcking, Bayern, Germany 
"Konrad Lorenz"
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1973 was awarded jointly to Karl von Frisch, Konrad Lorenz and Nikolaas Tinbergen for their discoveries concerning organization and elicitation of individual and social behaviour patterns.

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Cross-listing: Primatology Tree - Animal Behavior Tree


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Oskar Heinroth post-doc 1933
Ferdinand Hochstetter post-doc 1931-1935 Universität Wien (Anatomy Tree)


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Rupert Riedl research assistant Universität Wien (Evolution Tree)
Raimund Apfelbach grad student MPI Seewiesen
Eberhard Gwinner grad student MPI Seewiesen
Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt grad student 1949 Universität Wien (Animal Behavior Tree)
Heinz F. R. Prechtl grad student 1951 Vienna University
Wolfgang Wickler grad student 1960 MPI Seewiesen (Animal Behavior Tree)
Walter Heiligenberg grad student 1963 MPI Seewiesen
Robert Huber grad student 1980-1985
George Barlow post-doc MPI Seewiesen
John E. Nelson post-doc MPI Seewiesen
Nikolaas (Niko) Tinbergen post-doc MPI Seewiesen (Primatology Tree)
Eberhard Curio post-doc 1957- MPI Seewiesen (Animal Behavior Tree)
Arthur August Myrberg, Jr. post-doc 1964 Max Planck Institut für Verhaltensphysiologie (Marine Ecology Tree)
Russell Fernald post-doc 1971-1973
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Lorenz KZ. (1974) Analogy as a source of knowledge. Science (New York, N.Y.). 185: 229-34
Lorenz KZ. (1973) The fashionable fallacy of dispensing with description Die Naturwissenschaften. 60: 1-9
LORENZ KZ. (1958) The evolution of behavior. Scientific American. 199: 67-74 passim
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