Are behavioral syndromes invariant? Spatiotemporal variation in shy/bold behavior in squid

@article{Sinn2009AreBS,
  title={Are behavioral syndromes invariant? Spatiotemporal variation in shy/bold behavior in squid},
  author={David L. Sinn and Natalie A. Moltschaniwskyj and Erik Wapstra and Sasha R. X. Dall},
  journal={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={64},
  pages={693-702}
}
Behavioral syndromes are correlated suites of behavior, analogous to human personality traits. Most work to date has been taken from limited “snapshots” in space and time, with the implicit assumption that a behavioral syndrome is an invariant property, fixed by evolutionary constraints or adaptations. However, directional selection on two mechanistically independent traits (selective covariance) could also result in correlated behaviors. Previously, we have shown that shy/bold behavior in… CONTINUE READING
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