Video Segment |02:02

Video Segment |02:02

Describes some of the differences between instinctive and learned behavior. Instinctive behavior is also called innate behavior and includes behaviors living things are born with. Animals with more developed brains have greater capacity to learn complex activities. Learning is any change in behavior that results from experience. The difference between innate and learned behaviors is not always clear.


©2008 Visual Learning| Grade(s) K-2, 3-5

Related Topics

  • animals
  • behavior
  • instinctive behavior
  • learned behavior
  • memorization

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