Signaling aggression.


From psychological and sociological standpoints, aggression is regarded as intentional behavior aimed at inflicting pain and manifested by hostility and attacking behaviors. In contrast, biologists define aggression as behavior associated with attack or escalation toward attack, omitting any stipulation about intentions and goals. Certain animal signals are… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-380858-5.00008-3


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@article{Staaden2011SignalingA, title={Signaling aggression.}, author={Moira J. van Staaden and William A Searcy and Roger T Hanlon}, journal={Advances in genetics}, year={2011}, volume={75}, pages={23-49} }