The effect of social learning in a small population facing environmental change: an agent-based simulation

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Learning is defined as behavioral modification due to experience, social or asocial. Social learning might be less costly than asocial learning and allow the rapid accumulation of learned traits across generations. However, the benefits of social learning in a small population of individuals relying on local interactions and experiencing environmental… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10164-016-0490-8

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