Socially guided behaviour in non-insect invertebrates

@article{Webster2001SociallyGB,
  title={Socially guided behaviour in non-insect invertebrates},
  author={S. Webster and G. Fiorito},
  journal={Animal Cognition},
  year={2001},
  volume={4},
  pages={69-79}
}
  • S. Webster, G. Fiorito
  • Published 2001
  • Psychology
  • Animal Cognition
  • Abstract. A review of the past 50 years of literature on socially guided behaviour addresses two questions: (1) whether socially guided behaviour, which has traditionally been considered characteristic of vertebrates, is also found among non-insect invertebrates, and (2) to see whether our classification of socially guided behaviours in invertebrates matches, and thereby supports, A. Whiten and R. Ham's classification of vertebrate behaviours into two broad categories, social learning and… CONTINUE READING

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