Charles Henry Turner (February 3, 1867 – February 14, 1923) was an American
research biologist, educator, zoologist, and comparative psychologist born in ...
Jan 21, 2015 ... Charles Henry Turner, a zoologist and scholar, was the first person to discover
that insects can hear and alter behavior based on previous ...
Charles Henry Turner was a biologist, neurologist, and psychologist who
achieved an international reputation as a researcher in animal behavior,
This paper presents a brief biography of Charles Henry Turner and outlines some
of his contributions to the study of honey bee behavior. In addition to making a ...
Feb 20, 2009 ... Born only two years after the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution outlawed
American slavery, Charles Henry Turner achieved a level of ...
Although he held a doctorate from the University of Chicago, zoologist Charles
Henry Turner chose to teach at high schools so he could devote more time to the
Charles Henry Turner: Zoologist, Entomologist. The Faces of Science: African
Americans in the Sciences. Charles Henry Turner was born in Cincinnati, Ohio
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Charles Henry Turner also found that cockroaches learn by trial and error. He
built a maze to test this and put the cockroaches inside. When a pathway led to a
Entomologist Charles Henry Turner was born on February 3, 1867 in Cincinnati
Ohio. His father, Thomas, was a church custodian and mother, Adeline, was a ...
Turner Travel Award. The Turner Award has move locations to the following
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