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Animal behavior : how and why animals do the things they do / Ken Yasukawa and Zuleyma Tang-Martínez, editors
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2014]
©2014
book jacket
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Subject(s) Animal behavior
Cognition in animals
Animal communication
Physical Description 3 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents Volume 1. History, causation, and development / Ken Yasukawa and Zuleyma Tang-Martínez, editors. This is how we do it : the scientific study of animal behavior / Ken Yasukawa -- In the beginning : a history of animal behavior / Lee C. Drickamer -- Being direct : can pigeons plan ahead? / Brett M. Gibson -- Social learning, tradition, and culture : data and debate / Bennett G. Galef -- Behavioral genetics : beyond nature and nurture / Bronwyn H. Bleakley and Anne Danielson-François -- Neural systems, behavior, and evolution : integrating proximate and ultimate analyses of behavior / Laura Smale -- Hormones and animal behavior / Matthew J. Fuxjager, Sarah Jane Alger, and Catherine A. Marler -- Epigenetics and animal behavior / David Crews -- Behavioral development and ontogenetic adaptation / Jeffrey R. Alberts and Christopher Harshaw -- The individual in context : a social network approach to the study of behavior / David J. White, Andrew P. King, and Meredith J. West -- A time for every purpose : biological clocks and animal behavior / Megan Hastings Hagenauer and Sean P. Bradley -- Getting there : animal orientation, navigation, and migration / James J. Gould
Volume 2. Function and evolution / Ken Yasukawa, editor. Finding food : foraging affects all aspects of an animal's life / Anna Dornhaus -- Predation and antipredator behavior / Theodore Stankowich -- Animal communication : how and why animals communicate - or do they? / Zuleyma Tang-Martínez -- Mating systems and the measurement of sexual selection / Kenyon B. Mobley -- The evolution of ornaments and armaments / Geoffrey E. Hill -- Sexual conflict : all's not fair in love - it's war! / Zenobia Lewis -- A nest of vipers : conflict and cooperation in families / Michelle Pellissier Scott -- Make space enough between you : intraspecific variation in animal spacing / Nancy G. Solomon and Brian Keane -- Let's get together : the evolution of social behavior / Walter D. Koenig and Janis L. Dickinson -- Ecological and evolutionary feedbacks in the evolution of aggression / Renée A. Duckworth -- Altruism and kinship / Lee Alan Dugatkin -- Evolutionary history of behavior / Terry J. Ord
Volume 3. Integration and application with case studies / Ken Yasukawa, editor. Integrated studies of stickleback behavior / Alison M. Bell -- Friends and enemies : how social dynamics shape communication and song learning in song sparrows / Michael D. Beecher and Çağlar Akçay -- A tale of two spiders : investigating communication in two unique model species using video digitization and playback / George Uetz and David Clark -- Studying lifelong male-male partnerships in a tropical bird / David B. McDonald -- Be loved, be prey, be eaten / Rachel A. Page, Michael J. Ryan, and Ximena E. Bernal -- Siblicide in birds / Douglas W. Mock -- Referential signals : a window into animal minds / Carolynn L. Smith and Christopher S. Evans -- Cotton-top tamarins : research for conservation and understanding human behavior / Charles T. Snowdon -- Avian brood parasitism : how to spot a foreign egg in the nest? / Mark E. Hauber and Jason Low -- How animals remember places and find their way around / David F. Sherry -- Cognitive repertoire, cognitive legacies, and collective reasoning : the next frontiers in conservation behavior / Guillermo Paz-y-Miño-C. -- Beauty in the eye of the beholder : potentially adaptive individual differences in human mate preferences / Lisa M. DeBruine, Benedict C. Jones, S. Craig Roberts, Anthony C. Little, and Christopher D. Watkins
Abstract The three volumes of Animal Behavior: How and Why Animals Do the Things They Do cover the breadth of the field, addressing causation, development, function, and evolution in a wide range of animals, from invertebrates to humans. Inspired by Nobel laureate Nikolaas Tinbergen's work, the first two volumes follow Tinbergen's four classic questions of animal behavior, while the third volume supplies integrated examples of Tinbergen's investigative process applied in specific cases.Written in an engaging, accessible manner ideal for college students as well as general audiences, this evidence-based collection provides a fascinating tour of animal behaviorists' findings, such as how animal communication can be truthful or deceitful, the deadly serious business behind clashes in the "battle of the sexes," and how documentation of animal behavior can lead to a deeper understanding of human behavior. Each chapter provides both historical background and information about current developments in animal behavior knowledge
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Alternate Author Yasukawa, Ken, 1949-, editor of compilation
Tang-Martinez, Zuleyma, editor of compilation

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