The performance of rooks in a cooperative task depends on their temperament

@article{Scheid2009ThePO,
  title={The performance of rooks in a cooperative task depends on their temperament},
  author={Christelle Scheid and Ronald No{\"e}},
  journal={Animal Cognition},
  year={2009},
  volume={13},
  pages={545-553}
}
In recent years, an increasing number of studies demonstrated the existence of consistent individual differences in behaviour, often referred to as differences in temperament or personality, in a wide range of animal species. There notably is a growing body of evidence showing that individuals differ in their propensity for risk taking or reacting to stressful situations. This variation has been related to differences in learning abilities or performance in cognitive tasks. In the present study… CONTINUE READING

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