Personality, social environment, and maternal-level effects: insights from a wild kangaroo population
The study of animal 'personality', or consistent individual differences in behaviour, has received much attention in the last two decades, but several important questions remain unclear. In particular, how important is individual personality in shaping behaviour, relative to the effects of an individual's immediate social environment? What is the interplay between individual and group effects on behavioural variation: in particular, for social species, is variation between groups in behaviour...[Show more]
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