V J Tepper

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In three studies, core temperatures of immature chicks rose during immobilization induced by simulated predation and fell rapidly when immobilization terminated. Immobilization termination was predicted by proximity of the core temperature to the daily resting core temperature of adult fowl. Although immobilization duration increased with age and was(More)
The role of experience in the development of huddling preferences and sibling recognition by spiny mouse (Acomys cahirinus) weanlings was investigated. In the 1st experiment, pups separated from their littermates and fostered onto unfamiliar females (and their offspring) on the day of birth, Day 10, or Day 20, subsequently showed preferential huddling with(More)
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