Faux frogs: multimodal signalling and the value of robotics in animal behaviour

@article{Taylor2008FauxFM,
  title={Faux frogs: multimodal signalling and the value of robotics in animal behaviour},
  author={Ryan C. Taylor and Barrett A. Klein and Joey Stein and M. J. Ryan},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={2008},
  volume={76},
  pages={1089-1097}
}
A long-standing interest in animal behaviour has been to understand chains of stimuluseresponse. One approach to understanding the links between stimulus and response has been to use models (animal replicas) in which details of a behaviour can be manipulated to determine how such manipulations influence the response of the focal animal. Static models (Tinbergen & Perdeck 1950; Searcy 1998; McLister 2003), manually controlled robots (Brown & Kiely 1974; Taylor et al. 2007) and motorized static… CONTINUE READING

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