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Collective memory and spatial sorting in animal groups.
We present a self-organizing model of group formation in three-dimensional space, and use it to investigate the spatial dynamics of animal groups such as fish schools and bird flocks. We reveal theExpand
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Effective leadership and decision-making in animal groups on the move
For animals that forage or travel in groups, making movement decisions often depends on social interactions among group members. However, in many cases, few individuals have pertinent information,Expand
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Exploring Animal Social Networks
Preface vii Chapter 1: Introduction to Social Networks 1 Chapter 2: Data Collection 19 Chapter 3: Visual Exploration 42 Chapter 4: Node-Based Measures 64 Chapter 5: Statistical Tests of Node-BasedExpand
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Self-Organization and Collective Behavior in Vertebrates
Publisher Summary The chapter discusses an emerging area of study: that of applying self-organization theory to mobile vertebrate groups composed of many interacting individuals such as bird flocks,Expand
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Effects of parasites on fish behaviour: a review and evolutionary perspective
Fish serve as hosts to a range of parasites that are taxonomically diverse and that exhibit a wide variety of life cycle strategies. Whereas many of these parasites are passed directly betweenExpand
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Correlates of boldness in three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus)
Behavioural variation is known to occur between individuals of the same population competing for resources. Individuals also vary with respect to their boldness or shyness. An individual’s positionExpand
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DIFFERENTIAL FITNESS RETURNS IN RELATION TO SPATIAL POSITION IN GROUPS
  • J. Krause
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical…
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1. A general overview of position-related fitness differences in group-living animals is given for the first time. 2. Differential fitness returns in groups are often related to competition forExpand
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Social network theory in the behavioural sciences: potential applications
Social network theory has made major contributions to our understanding of human social organisation but has found relatively little application in the field of animal behaviour. In this review, weExpand
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Mortality risk of spatial positions in animal groups: The danger of being in the front
We modified Hamilton's (1971) selfish herd model by introducing directional movement to the prey groups and the predators. The consequences of this modification with regards to differential predationExpand
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Quorum decision-making facilitates information transfer in fish shoals
Despite the growing interest in collective phenomena such as “swarm intelligence” and “wisdom of the crowds,” little is known about the mechanisms underlying decision-making in vertebrate animalExpand
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