Behavioral syndromes: an intergrative overiew.

@article{Sih2004BehavioralSA,
  title={Behavioral syndromes: an intergrative overiew.},
  author={Andrew Sih and Alison M Bell and J. Chadwick Johnson and Robert E. Ziemba},
  journal={The Quarterly review of biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={79 3},
  pages={
          241-77
        }
}
A behavioral syndrome is a suite of correlated behaviors expressed either within a given behavioral context (e.g., correlations between foraging behaviors in different habitats) or across different contexts (e.g., correlations among feeding, antipredator, mating, aggressive, and dispersal behaviors). For example, some individuals (and genotypes) might be generally more aggressive, more active or bold, while others are generally less aggressive, active or bold. This phenomenon has been studied… CONTINUE READING

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