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Comparative psychology

Comparative psychology

a branch of psychology concerned with the study and comparison of the behaviour of organisms at different levels of phylogenic development to discover developmental trends.

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What makes humans distinct from animals?

sounds more like psychology, you'd get different answers depending on who you ask, a behaviorist would say yes because of the concept of comparative psychology.

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