In The Next 50 Years... What Will The World Need? By: Imani Tinter 7th Grade
My Invention is called... The Brain-O-Graph
I enjoy learning about animals and how they think, cats especially!! CATZ!!!!
In 1873 there was an article on “Animal Language” in the “Manufacturer and Builder,” a 19th century periodical (1869-1894) that I found on LOC.gov This explains that animal behavior was not only studied and recorded in the 21st century but far back into the early 1870’s. And that other people Actually CARED about animal psychology back then. Notice the strangeness of the old English language of the time (See next slide). Found at: The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals, Vol.5, Issue 1, January 1873 http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?ncpsbib:1:./temp/~ammem_BPWs::@@@mdb=mcc,gottscho,detr,nfor,wpa,aap,cwar,bbpix,cowellbib,calbkbib,consrvbib,bdsbib,dag,fsaall,gmd,pan,vv,presp,varstg,suffrg,nawbib,horyd,wtc,toddbib,mgw,ncr,ngp,musdibib,hlaw,papr,lhbumbib,rbpebib,lbcoll,alad,hh,aaodyssey,magbell,bbcards,dcm,raelbib,runyon,dukesm,lomaxbib,mtj,gottlieb,aep,qlt,coolbib,fpnas,aasm,scsm,denn,relpet,amss,aaeo,mffbib,afc911bib,mjm,mnwp,rbcmillerbib,molden,ww2map,mfdipbib,afcnyebib,hawp,omhbib,rbaapcbib,mal,ncpsbib,ncpm,lhbprbib,ftvbib,afcreed,aipn,cwband,flwpabib,wpapos,cmns,psbib,pin,coplandbib,cola,tccc,curt,mharendt,lhbcbbib,eaa,haybib,mesnbib,fine,cwnyhs,svybib,mmorse,afcwwgbib,mymhiwebib,uncall,afcwip,mtaft,manz,llstbib,fawbib,berl,fmuever,cdn,upboverbib,mussm,cic,afcpearl,awh,awhbib,sgp,wright,lhbtnbib,afcesnbib,hurstonbib,mreynoldsbib,spaldingbib,sgprotohttp://cdl.library.cornell.edu/cgi-bin/moa/pageviewer?coll=moa&root=/moa/manu/manu0005/&tif=00025.TIF&view=50&frames=1
Copy of the Article • Language of Animals. CERTAINLY all animals have a amode of expressingtheir feelings to others of the same species. Wolvesarrange attacks, hunting togetimer in packs. They arenil animated by the same thought, and therefore travelwith energy for hours to accomplish a design of whicheach member of the enterprise has a rational under-standina. Deer and buffaloes act in concert in regardto seeking food or water. Perhaps, the government ofwild horses, through signs which any horse in a groupof hundreds instantly recognizes as an imperative coam-mand of one individual, who prances up and down theline like one in authmority, is about as perfect and asmysterious as anythiniag in natural history. Birds anddogs are exceedimmgly sociable, enjoying the society oftheir kith and kin as much as country cousins whenthey visit city relatives. Rats and mice, too, and eveninsects, are supposed to have the faculty of communi-cating their wishes and opinions to each other.
Inventions from the 2 centuries (19th. 20th) 19th Century Century: 19th (1895) Invention: Motion picture camera (video Camera) Why is it so significant? Because it was the first video camera ever made. How did this invention change or impact the world? It inspired thousands of people to improve it and make better movies. What would the world be like without this invention? There’d be no T.V! No Movies! No DVDs no anything that moves on screen Why did you select this particular invention? Because My invention includes motion pictures of what your thinking.
20th century Invention Century: 20th (1944) Invention: C.A.T scan Why is it so significant? The C.A.T can can be used to scan the brain without damaging it. How did this invention change or impact the world? It let doctors help people with brain cancer What would the world be like without this invention? Many people with brain problems would’ve died because the doctors couldn’t see what’s going on in their brain. Why did you select this particular invention? Because my invention involves the properties of the brain and psychology
Research on Animal Psychology Animal Research Advances Animal and Human Welfare Psychologists do research to learn more about behavior and how knowledge of behavior can be used to advance the welfare of people and animals. Although much research in psychology uses people as subjects, research with animal subjects continues to be essential for answering some fundamental questions. Since Charles Darwin's work, which emphasized continuity in evolution from animals to people in their mental abilities and in physical characteristics, psychologists have worked to understand the basic principles and processes that underlie the behavior of all creatures, human and nonhuman. As knowledge has accumulated, identification of characteristics that are unique to different species has yielded information that contributes to understanding and advancing the welfare of animals and people. To sum it up: Scientists believe that animals have their own language to share with us Found at: http://www.apa.org/science/animal2.html
Some day we will learn how all minds work and someday we just may be able to hear what others think. Even an animals!
That is the end of my presentation. Thank You and Good Night