Instinct theory is a belief in psychology that instinct provides humans with the motivation to do certain actions and behave in a specific manner. Instinct theory was good at explaining why, for example, babies root onto their mother's nipple for milk. However, it didn't have much credence when it came to explaining our other behaviors. Instinct theory has been supplemented by drive-reduction theory, and arousal theory, both of which also try to explain motivation.
this theory argues that all instincts are inherited and do not have to be learned
an idea that is supported by many different experiments
A hypothesis requires confirmation to advance to the status of theory.
A scientific theory is the best explanation for a praticular pattern of observations.
Basically, it is a supposition, a proposed explanation, or a theory that may lead to further investigation.
Instinct theory is a theory that looks at motivation of people and animals. In instinct theory, behavior is motivated by instinct, which is ingrained in animals to help them survive.
Presently, the ejected ring theory best describes the origin of moon.
its not really a matter of who "discovered" the instinct theory but who PROPOSED the instinct theory is what i think your question is asking in which case i believe the answer--if my memory serves me right-- is William McDougall
The best way to describe Karl Marx's theory of communism is that he aimed to redistribute wealth.
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Instinct Theory - 2004 was released on: USA: 18 June 2004 (Triggerstreet.com Online Film Festival)
The cast of Instinct Theory - 2004 includes: LeeAnne Hutchison as Woman Adam Rothenberg as Man
anex: developing a heliocentric theory
export more goods than are imported.
The universe revolves around the sun