Biology Ethology Report

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Human Ethology

Frank Brock, Jr.

A.P. Biology

2012

ABSTRACT: website: http://www.nel.edu/21_6/NEL21062000X001_Klein_.pdf

INTRODUCTION (with hypothesis):

Define Human ethology…..

Humans interact frequently by HNC (Human Non-verbal Communication)- and define

Hypothesis…Based on prior knowledge of non-verbal communication in human interactions, females are more expressive than males in most cases.

METHODS:

The Mooresville High School A.P. Biology class observed 4 group interactions while studying Human Ethology. The groups were observed for HNC and the students divded the observations amongst themselves for female to female, male to male, and male to female interactions.

DATA and RESULTS:

Table 1:1- Data collected for 4 different groups while observing Human Non-verbal Communication, by the Mooresville High School A.P. Biology class.

|Category |# of times check cellphone|# of times touch hair |# of times shift position|# of times smiling | | | | | | | | | | | | | |Male |M1- 6 |M1- 3 |M1- 8 |M1- 10 | | | | | | | |To | | | | | | | | | | | |Male |M2- 7 |M2- 2 |M2- 7 |M2- 10 | | |...
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