Model selection and model averaging in behavioural ecology: the utility of the IT-AIC framework

Abstract

Behavioural ecologists often study complex systems in which multiple hypotheses could be proposed to explain observed phenomena. For some systems, simple controlled experiments can be employed to reveal part of the complexity; often, however, observational studies that incorporate a multitude of causal factors may be the only (or preferred) avenue of study… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00265-010-1035-8

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