Social behaviour, learning and personality in tits (Parus major and Cyanistes caeruleus)
Social interactions are important for many aspects of the life-history of group-living species. Yet traditionally many studies in behavioural ecology have focused on individuals without considering social association patterns, with an unrealistic assumption of random interactions and free mixing. Social network theory provides a means of overcoming these limitations, with a formal descriptive framework for the study of interaction patterns that integrates all levels from individual behaviour to...[Show more]
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