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Behavioral ecology and the study of partner choiceDUGATKIN, L. A; SIH, A.Ethology. 1995, Vol 99, Num 4, pp 265-277, issn 0179-1613Article

Brain and behavior: a Gordian knot?DE RUITER, L; KOOLHAAS, J. M; STRUBBE, J. H et al.Netherlands journal of zoology. 1985, Vol 35, Num 1-2, pp 209-237, issn 0028-2960Article

Implications of domestication and rearing conditions for the behaviour of cultivated fishesHUNTINGFORD, F. A.Journal of fish biology. 2004, Vol 65, pp 122-142, issn 0022-1112, 21 p., SUPAConference Paper

A model of search behaviour for the northern wheater Oenanthe oenanthe (Aves, Turdidae) and other pause-travel predatorsTYE, A.Ethology. 1989, Vol 83, Num 1, pp 1-18, issn 0179-1613Article

The general behavioural patterns of the indian whip scorpion Thelyphonus indicusGEETHABALI; MORO, S. D.Revue arachnologique. 1988, Vol 7, Num 5, pp 189-196, issn 0398-4346Article

Do adolescents help and share ?MILLER, D.Adolescence. 1991, Vol 26, Num 102, pp 449-456, issn 0001-8449, 8 p.Article

Antipredator strategies of salamanders: individual and geographical variation in responses of Eurycea bislineata to snakesDOWDEY, T. G; BRODIE, E. D. JR.Animal behaviour. 1989, Vol 38, Num 4, pp 707-711, issn 0003-3472Article

Mate retention and male polyterritoriality in the pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleucaSLAGSVOLD, T; LIFJELD, J. T.Behavioral ecology and sociobiology (Print). 1986, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 25-30, issn 0340-5443Article

Feeding and ovipositional behaviour in some reduviids (Insecta-Heteroptera)HARIDASS, E. T.Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences. Animal sciences. 1985, Vol 94, Num 3, pp 239-247, issn 0253-4118Article

Observed assertive and intrusive maternal feeding behaviors increase child adiposityLUMENG, Julie C; OZBEKI, Tina N; APPUGLIESE, Danielle P et al.The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2012, Vol 95, Num 3, pp 640-647, issn 0002-9165, 8 p.Article

What is the adaptive significance of multicomponent defensive repertoires?PEARSON, D. L.Oikos. 1989, Vol 54, Num 2, pp 251-253, issn 0030-1299Article

Food provisioning and foraging behavior of the snowy egret, Egretta thulaITZKOWITZ, M; MAKIE, D.Biology of behaviour (Paris). 1986, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 111-115, issn 0397-7153Article

How do great tit (Parus major) pair mates cooperate in brood defence?REGELMANN, K; CURIO, E.Behaviour. 1986, Vol 97, Num 1-2, pp 10-36, issn 0005-7959Article

Access of large and nonvolatile molecules to the vomeronasal organ of mammals during social and feeding behaviorsWYSOCKI, C. J; BEAUCHAMP, G. K; REIDINGER, R. R et al.Journal of chemical ecology. 1985, Vol 11, Num 9, pp 1147-1159, issn 0098-0331Article

Implications of flexible foraging for interspecific interactions: lessons from simple models : Adaptive foragers and community ecologyABRAMS, Peter A.Functional ecology (Print). 2010, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 7-17, issn 0269-8463, 11 p.Article

Altruism or psychological escape: Why does empathy promote prosocial behavior?STOCKS, Eric L; LISHNER, David A; DECKER, Stephanie K et al.European journal of social psychology. 2009, Vol 39, Num 5, pp 649-665, issn 0046-2772, 17 p.Article

Foraging for animal prey by outdoor groups of Geoffroy's Marmosets (Callithrix geoffroyi)CAINE, N. G.International journal of primatology. 1996, Vol 17, Num 6, pp 933-945, issn 0164-0291Article

Behavioral differences in nest visits between male and female Northern MockingbirdsBREITWISCH, R; GOTTLIEB, N; ZAIAS, J et al.The Auk. 1989, Vol 106, Num 4, pp 659-665, issn 0004-8038Article

Social and reproductive behaviour in the Madagascan poison frog, Mantella laevigata, with comparisons to the dendrobatidsHEYING, Heather E.Animal behaviour. 2001, Vol 61, pp 567-577, issn 0003-3472, 3Article

Context-dependent running speed in funnel-web spiders from divergent populationsPRUITT, Jonathan N; HUSAK, Jerry F.Functional ecology (Print). 2010, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 165-171, issn 0269-8463, 7 p.Article

A history of animal behaviour by a partial, ignorant and prejudiced ethologistHUNTINGFORD, Felicity A.Animal behaviour. 2003, Vol 66, pp 409-415, issn 0003-3472, 7 p., 3Article

How does a parent respond when its mate emphasizes the wrong role? A test using a monogamous fishITZKOWITZ, M; SANTANGELO, N; RICHTER, M et al.Animal behaviour. 2003, Vol 66, pp 863-869, issn 0003-3472, 7 p., 5Article

Program and Abstracts of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, June 8-11, 2004NORCONK, Marilyn A.American journal of primatology (Print). 2004, Vol 62, issn 0275-2565, 135 p., SUP1Conference Proceedings

Information Behavior in Stages of Exercise Behavior ChangeHIRVONEN, Noora; HUOTARI, Maija-Leena; NIEMELÄ, Raimo et al.Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (Print). 2012, Vol 63, Num 9, pp 1804-1819, issn 1532-2882, 16 p.Article

Sexual differences in offspring defense in a monogamous cichlid fishITZKOWITZ, M.Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie. 1985, Vol 70, Num 3, pp 247-255, issn 0044-3573Article

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