A Synthesis of Sleep in Wild Birds

@article{Amlaner1983ASO,
  title={A Synthesis of Sleep in Wild Birds},
  author={C. Amlaner and Nigel J. Ball},
  journal={Behaviour},
  year={1983},
  volume={87},
  pages={85-119}
}
In this synthesis we have attempted to survey and reanalyse the current literature concerning bird sleep. This was achieved by first reviewing present theory describing functions of sleep. Two general models surfaced which encompass many of the specific sleep theories, namely homeostatic and ecological theories. The terminology used to describe sleep and other associated behaviour was organized into an operational hierarchy. We defined loafing behaviour as a general state of immobility. This… Expand
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