Doing What Everybody Does? A Procedure for Investigating Behavioural Synchronization

@article{Engel1997DoingWE,
  title={Doing What Everybody Does? A Procedure for Investigating Behavioural Synchronization},
  author={Engel and Lamprecht},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={1997},
  volume={185 2},
  pages={255-62}
}
Behavioural synchronization means that the behaviour of several individuals is related in time. They may show the same behaviour either at the same time (synchrony) or explicitly at different moments (anachrony). Here, a procedure is presented, which not only allows quantitative investigation of behavioural synchronization in groups of any size, but also a separate evaluation with respect to each individual and behaviour pattern. The method distinguishes between the purely descriptive degree of… CONTINUE READING

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