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Speed–accuracy trade-offs and individually consistent decision making by individuals and dyads of zebrafish in a colour discrimination task
M.Y.W. was supported by the Overseas Research Student Awards Scheme and the Ministry of Education and National Science Council Taiwan Studying Abroad Scholarship (grant number 1003116013).
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Can bees simultaneously engage in adaptive foraging behaviour and attend to cryptic predators?
Bees foraging for nectar often have to discriminate between flowers with similar appearance but different nectar rewards. At the same time, they must be vigilant for ambush predators, such as crabExpand
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Individual recognition and the ‘face inversion effect’ in medaka fish (Oryzias latipes)
Individual recognition (IR) is essential for maintaining various social interactions in a group, and face recognition is one of the most specialised cognitive abilities in IR. We used both a matingExpand
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Sheep in wolf's clothing: multicomponent traits enhance the success of mimicry in spider-mimicking moths
Predator mimicry occurs when prey resemble their predator to gain protection. We explored the relative importance of the morphological and locomotor signals that spider-mimicking moths use to deceiveExpand
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Bumblebees Express Consistent, but Flexible, Speed-Accuracy Tactics Under Different Levels of Predation Threat
A speed-accuracy trade-off (SAT) in behavioural decisions is known to occur in a wide range of vertebrate and invertebrate taxa. Accurate decisions often take longer for a given condition, while fastExpand
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Test of Characteristics of Scintillating Fibers
Scintillating fiber has the performance of high detecting efficiency and short response time. Scintillating fiber tracking combines the speed and efficiency of a scintillation detector with theExpand
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Attention and individual behavioural variation in small-brained animals, using bumblebees and zebrafish as model systems
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Diverse sensory cues for individual recognition.
To be social, the ability to recognize and discriminate conspecific individuals is indispensable in social animals, including primates, rodents, birds, fish, and social insects which live inExpand
Cross-Modal Learning between Visual and Vibration Signals in Zebrafish Danio Rerio
Animals are always integrating environmental information from multiple sensory modalities, but the mechanisms underneath are highly underexploited. Crossmodal interactions in animal perception haveExpand