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Innate Behavior

Behavior is action that alters the relationship between an organism and its environment. Behavior may occur as a result of an external stimulus (e.g., sight of a predator), an internal stimulus (e.g., hunger) or, more often, a mixture of the two (e.g., mating behavior It is often useful to distinguish between •Innate behavior = behavior determined by the "hard-wiring" of the nervous system. It is usually inflexible, a given stimulus triggering a given response. A salamander raised away from water until long after its siblings begin swimming successfully will swim every bit as well as they the very first time it is placed in the water. •Learned behavior = behavior that is more or less permanently altered as a result of the experience of the individual organism (e.g., learning to play baseball well). You can submit articles in our peer reviewed Journal at

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