Balancing past and present: how experience influences boldness over time in Eurasian perch

@inproceedings{Hellstrm2017BalancingPA,
  title={Balancing past and present: how experience influences boldness over time in Eurasian perch},
  author={Gustav Hellstr{\"o}m and Carin Magnhagen},
  booktitle={Current zoology},
  year={2017}
}
Adapting to fluctuating predation conditions is a challenge for prey. By learning through experience, animals may adjust their anti-predator behavior to better reflect current predation risk. Although many studies show experience of predation to alter prey behavior, little is known about how prey rely on such experience over time. By comparing boldness over different temporal scales between individuals of Eurasian perch, either experienced or naïve of predators, we examine how risk is traded… CONTINUE READING

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