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Evolution of Fighting Behaviour: Decision Rules and Assessment of Relative Strength
Evolution of fighting behaviour: The effect of variation in resource value
A test of the sequential assessment game: fighting in the cichlid fish Nannacara anomala
Communication during aggressive interactions with particular reference to variation in choice of behaviour
- M. Enquist
- PsychologyAnimal Behaviour
- 1 November 1985
A century of generalization
The main conclusion is that patterns of generalization are largely independent of systematic group, behavioural context, and sensory modality and of whether reaction to stimuli is learned or genetically inherited, suggesting that generalization originates from general properties of nervous systems.
The evolution of fatal fighting
Critical Social Learning: A Solution to Rogers's Paradox of Nonadaptive Culture
A game theory model of the evolution of social learning is expanded, allowing for imperfections in individual and social learning as well as incorporating a "critical social learning" strategy that tries to solve an adaptive problem first by social learning, and then by individual learning if socially acquired behavior proves unsatisfactory.
The evolution of cooperation in mobile organisms
. Current game theory models of cooperation based on reciprocity do not take into account the active switching of partners made possible by mobility. Since such situations cannot be understood by…
Effects of asymmetries in owner-intruder conflicts
Evolutionary Stability of Aposematic Coloration and Prey Unprofitability: A Theoretical Analysis
Using learning theory and evolutionary game theory, a model of predator-prey interactions is developed, focusing on two characters: prey unprofitability and prey coloration, and two aspects of predator behavior are shown to be important for the stability of an aposematic strategy.