- NAME: Charles Henry Turner
- OCCUPATION: Educator, Zoologist
- BIRTH DATE: February 03, 1867
- DEATH DATE: February 14, 1923
- Did You Know?: Charles Henry Turner was the first person to discover that insects can hear and alter behavior based on previous experience.
- EDUCATION: Gaines High School, University of Cincinnati
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Cincinnati, Ohio
- PLACE OF DEATH: Chicago, Illinois
- Full Name: Charles Henry Turner
- AKA: Charles H. Turner
- AKA: Charles Turner
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Charles Henry Turner, a zoologist and scholar, was the first person to discover that insects can hear and alter behavior based on previous experience.
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Louis, Missouri, the city where he spent so many years as a teacher. On the campus of Clark Atlanta University, he is remembered on the Tanner-Turner Hall building. And children have learned about his influential work though the 1997 children's book Bug Watching with Charles Henry Turner by M.E. Ross.
In recent years, his groundbreaking work has been reintroduced to the public through the publication of Selected Papers and Biography of Charles Henry Turner,
Pioneer of Comparative Animal Behavior Studies (2003).
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