Comparing behavioral responses across multiple assays of stress and anxiety in zebrafish (Danio rerio)

  title={Comparing behavioral responses across multiple assays of stress and anxiety in zebrafish (Danio rerio)},
  author={R. Y. Wong and F. Perrin and Sarah E. Oxendine and Zachary D. Kezios and S. Sawyer and L. Zhou and Simone Dereje and J. Godwin},
  • R. Y. Wong, F. Perrin, +5 authors J. Godwin
  • Published 2012
  • Biology
  • Behaviour
  • Animals encounter stressful situations multiple times throughout their lives and often successfully cope with them. Individuals vary in the nature and intensity of their behavioral and physiological response to stressors, often representing correlated and qualitatively distinct coping styles (e.g., proactive and reactive). These alternative coping styles are ways an animal can overcome a variety of stressful situations, which ultimately can have important fitness consequences. Here we use… CONTINUE READING
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