Social learning in animals: sex differences and neurobiological analysis.

@article{Choleris1999SocialLI,
  title={Social learning in animals: sex differences and neurobiological analysis.},
  author={Elena Choleris and Martin Kavaliers},
  journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior},
  year={1999},
  volume={64 4},
  pages={767-76}
}
Social learning where an "individual's behavior is influenced by observation of, or interaction with, another animal or its products" has been extensively documented in a broad variety of species, including humans. Social learning occurs within the complex framework of an animal's social interactions that are markedly affected by factors such as dominance hierarchies, family bonds, age, and sex of the interacting individuals. Moreover, it is clear that social learning is influenced not only by… CONTINUE READING

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