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Author: Joanna Burger

AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR OF BLACK SKIMMERS (RYNCHOPS NIGER) by JOANNA BURGER1) (Department of Biology, Livingston College and Center for Coastal and Environmental Studies, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N. J., U.S.A.) (With 5 Figures) (Acc. 21-X-1980) Most seabirds nest in colonies, and many

In: Behaviour
Author: John R. Clarke

THE AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR OF THE VOLE by JOHN R. CLARKE 1) (formerly Bureau of Animal Population, Department of Zoological Field Studies, Oxford University; present address: Department of Agriculture, Oxford University) (With 13 figs.) (Rec. 25-IV-I955) I. INTRODUCTION The study of vole

In: Behaviour
Author: Vivien M. Brawn

AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR IN THE COD (GAD US CALLARIAS L.) by VIVIEN M. BRAWN1) 2) (Dove Marine Laboratory, King's College, University of Durham) (With 12 Figures) (Rec. 14-XII-1960) 1) Present address: Biological Station, St. Andrews, N.B., Canada. 2) This work was carried out while the author was

In: Behaviour
Author: Rana Tayara

that explicitly examine the relation between war experience and children’s and adolescents’ aggressive behaviours. Children and adolescents who have experienced war are sometimes described as aggressive and revengeful. However, evidence supporting the claim about aggressiveness among war

In: Where To From Here? Examining Conflict-Related and Relational Interaction Trauma
Author: Peter G. Caryl

AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR IN THE ZEBRA FINCH TAENIOPYGIA GUTTATA. I. FIGHTING PROVOKED BY MALE AND FEMALE SOCIAL PARTNERS by PETER G. CARYL 1) 2) (Sub-department of Animal Behaviour, Madingley, Cambridge, England) (With I Figure) ( Rec. 5-IV-1974) A. INTRODUCTION In species which defend an

In: Behaviour

EXPLORATION, AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR AND DOMINANCE IN PAIR-WISE CONFRONTATIONS OF JUVENILE MALE GREAT TITS by MONICA E.M. VERBEEK, ANNE BOON and PIET J. DRENT1) (Centre for Terrestrial Ecology of the Netherlands Institute of Ecology, P.O. Box 40, 6666 ZG Heteren, The Netherlands) (Acc. 29

In: Behaviour

BODY COLOR PATTERN AND THE AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR OF MALE PUMPKINSEED SUNFISH (LEPOMIS GIBBOSUS) DURING THE REPRODUCTIVE SEASON by PETER B. STACEY and DAVID CHISZAR 1) (Department of Environmental, Population and Organismic Biology and Department of Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder

In: Behaviour
Author: Kyle Summers

MATING AND AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR IN DENDROBATID FROGS FROM CORCOVADO NATIONAL PARK, COSTA RICA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY by KYLE SUMMERS 1) (Department of Biology, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, USA 27858 and Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Apartado 2072, Balboa, Republic of

In: Behaviour
Author: A.W. Ewing

STUDIES ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF CYPRINODONT FISH. II THE EVOLUTION OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR IN OLD WORLD RIVULINS by A. W. EWING1) (Department of Zoology, University of Edinburgh, Scotland) (With 8 Figures) (Rec. 10-11-1974) INTRODUCTION Comparative studies of behaviour have been a major

In: Behaviour

Nest-mate recognition and the effect of distance from the nest on the aggressive behaviour of Camponotus chilensis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Nelson Velásquez 1) , María Gómez , Jorge González & Rodrigo A. Vásquez (Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity, Departamento de Ciencias Ecológicas

In: Behaviour