Effect of noxious stimulation upon antipredator responses and dominance status in rainbow trout

@article{Ashley2009EffectON,
  title={Effect of noxious stimulation upon antipredator responses and dominance status in rainbow trout},
  author={Paul J. Ashley and Si{\^a}n Ringrose and Katie L. Edwards and Emma Wallington and Catherine Mccrohan and Lynne U. Sneddon},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={2009},
  volume={77},
  pages={403-410}
}
A potentially painful experience may modify normal behavioural responses. To gauge the importance of pain relative to predation or social status, we presented competing stimuli, a predator cue or an unfamiliar social group, to two groups of noxiously treated rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. In the predator cue experiment, fish were classified as bold or shy. Noxiously stimulated fish did not show antipredator responses, suggesting that pain is the imperative. In the social status experiment… Expand

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