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Novelty preference habituation was similar to that found in vertebrates. Due to a rich variety of exploratory behaviors seen in insects, some species are recommended as subjects in educational settings. G. M. Bowen (2008) recommends the study of the exploratory behavior of crickets as a valuable laboratory activity for students. The similarities in the exploratory behavior of insects and vertebrates again lead us to conclude that evolution led to the development of similar behavior patterns regardless of the phylogenetic position of various groups of animals.
G. by results obtained in studies on the need for stimulation. So far, the only empirical study addressing the matter directly (Pisula, Gonzalez Szwacka and Rojek, 2003) provided data suggesting a positive correlation between the frequency of play in young rats and the intensity of exploration in mature animals. 1. And even though informal observations clearly indicate the presence of a strong correlation between the frequency of play and exploration, this relationship still has not been adequately documented and further research is required.
E. exploration targeted at the object being investigated. Octopuses approached novel objects, looked at them, touched them with their tentacles, and tried to manipulate them. g. in rats. This is yet another example of the universality of exploratory behavior patterns in animals belonging to different taxa. A decisive approach response of octopuses provides further support to the hypothesis of the rewarding role of novelty. We will return to the subject of rewarding qualities of novel stimuli later.
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