Social Transitions Cause Rapid Behavioral and Neuroendocrine Changes.

Abstract

In species that form dominance hierarchies, there are often opportunities for low-ranking individuals to challenge high-ranking ones, resulting in a rise or fall in social rank. How does an animal rapidly detect, process, and then respond to these social transitions? This article explores and summarizes how these social transitions can rapidly (within 24 h… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/icb/icv057

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@article{Maruska2015SocialTC, title={Social Transitions Cause Rapid Behavioral and Neuroendocrine Changes.}, author={Karen P Maruska}, journal={Integrative and comparative biology}, year={2015}, volume={55 2}, pages={294-306} }