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). The notion of behavioural syndromes and personality in behavioural ecology has emerged from these considerations. Personality is defined as consistent individual differences in behaviour over time and/or context (Réale et al., 2007 ), whereas behavioural syndrome refers to a suite of correlated

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to selection favouring correlated suites of behaviours (Sih et al., 2012). Such correlations among behavioural traits are known as ‘behavioural syndromes’. Behavioural syndromes can include behaviours not typically associated with animal personality and can have implications for fitness (Biro

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behavioural syndromes . — Front. Zool. 12 : S9 . Young , J.K. , Mahe , M. & Breck , S. ( 2015 ). Evaluating behavioral syndromes in coyotes ( Canis latrans ) . — J. Ethol. 33 : 137 - 144 . Yuen , C.H. , Pillay , N. , Heinrichs , M. , Schoepf , I. & Schradin , C. ( 2016

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personality traits can be correlated to form behavioural syndromes, where behaviour in one context predicts behaviour in another context (Sih et al., 2004a, b; Sih & Bell, 2008 ). Behavioural syndromes may help explain seemingly maladaptive behaviour in isolated contexts, and may also contribute to the

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). Integrating animal temperament within ecology and evolution. — Biol. Rev. 82: 291-318. Sih, A., Bell, A. & Johnson, J.C. (2004a). Behavioural syndromes: an ecological and evolu- tionary overview. — Trends Ecol. Evol. 19: 372-378. Sih, A. & Bell, A.M. (2008). Insights for behavioral ecology from behavioral

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Behaviour 149 (2012) 601–622 brill.nl/beh Parasitism and behavioural syndromes in the fish Gobiomorphus cotidianus Cally A. Hammond-Tooke , Shinichi Nakagawa and Robert Poulin ∗ Department of Zoology, University of Otago, P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand * Corresponding author’s e-mail address

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Behavioural syndromes in farmed fish: implications for production and welfare Felicity Huntingford 1) & Colin Adams (Fish Biology Group, Institute of Biomedical & Life Sciences, University of Glasgow) (Accepted: 14 January 2005) Summary Consistent individual differences in behaviour have been

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trout ( Oncorhynchus mykiss ). with contrasting stress responsiveness. — Horm. Behav. 48: 537-544. Sih, A. & Bell, A.M. (2007). Insights from behavioural syndromes for the evolutionary genetics of personality. — Eur. J. Personal. 21: 626-628. Sih, A., Bell, A. & Johnson, J.C. (2004). Behavioral

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Behaviour 149 (2012) 215–231 brill.nl/beh Exploring novelty: a component trait of behavioural syndromes in a colonial fish Catarina I.M. Martins a , ∗ , Franziska C. Schaedelin b , c , Marlene Mann b , c , Christian Blum b , c , Isabella Mandl b , c , Damaris Urban b , c , Johannes Grill b , c

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-spined stickleback. — J. Anim. Ecol. 76: 1128-1138. Dochtermann, N.A. (2010). Behavioral syndromes: carryover effects, false discovery rates, and a priori hypotheses. — Behav. Ecol. 21: 437-439. 210 Structural consistency of behavioural syndromes Domjan, M. (2005). Pavlovian conditioning: a functional

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