William Homan Thorpe

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
birdsong, ethology
"William Thorpe"

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Thorpe WH. (1975) The biological significance of duetting and antiphonal song. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis. 35: 517-28
Thorpe WH. (1973) Is there a comparative psychology? The relevance of inherited and acquired constraints in the action patterns and perceptions of animals. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 223: 89-112
Hinde RA, Thorpe WH. (1973) Nobel recognition for ethology Nature. 245: 346
Stevenson JG, Hutchison RE, Hutchison JB, et al. (1970) Individual recognition by auditory cues in the common tern (Sterna hirundo). Nature. 226: 562-3
White SJ, White RE, Thorpe WH. (1970) Acoustic basis for individual recognition by voice in the gannet. Nature. 225: 1156-8
Thorpe WH. (1969) The significance of vocal imitation in animals with special reference to birds. Acta Biologiae Experimentalis. 29: 251-69
Thorpe WH. (1969) Welfare of domestic animals Nature. 224: 18-20
Thorpe WH. (1968) Perceptual basis for group organization in social vertebrates, especially birds. Nature. 220: 124-8
Hutchison RE, Stevenson JG, Thorpe WH. (1968) The Basis for Individual Recognition By Voice in the Sandwich Tern (Sterna Sandvicensis) Behaviour. 32: 150-157
Thorpe WH. (1967) Zoology and behavioural sciences. Nature. 216: 17-20
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