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INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION IN A COOPERATIVELY BREEDING CICHLID: EVIDENCE FROM VIDEO PLAYBACK EXPERIMENTS by SIGAL BALSHINE-EARN 1 ) and ARNON LOTEM 2 ) (Department of Zoology, Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, 69978, Israel) (Acc. 22-XII-1997) Summary Most theories of social behaviour and

In: Behaviour
Author: Denise Pope

VIDEO PLAYBACK EXPERIMENTS TESTING THE FUNCTION OF CLAW WAVING IN THE SAND FIDDLER CRAB by DENISE S. POPE 1,2) (Department of Zoology, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA) (Acc. I-VI-2000) Summary Like many territory advertisement signals, the claw waving display of Ž ddler crabs (genus Uca ) is

In: Behaviour

DO FEMALE STICKLEBACK CARE ABOUT MALE COURTSHIP VIGOUR? MANIPULATION OF DISPLAY TEMPO USING VIDEO PLAYBACK by WILLIAM J. ROWLAND1) (Department of Biology & Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior, Indiana University, Bloomington IN 47405 U.S.A.) (With 4 Figures) (Acc. 22-IV-1995

In: Behaviour

mate attraction hypothesis by manipulating male alarm calling rates in three separate mate choice experiments. The first experiment was conducted in a highly controlled laboratory setting. There, we used video playback techniques to present females with simulated males that dif- fered only in their

In: Behaviour

. Keywords : sexual-asexual coexistence, association preferences, visual communication, video playback, evolution of mate-copying, female choice, male mating behaviour. 3) Current address: Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, P.O. Box 65, FIN-00014 University of Helsinki, Finland. 4

In: Behaviour

Poecilia latipinna females exhibit in general a pre-existing bias for sworded males or whether populations differ in a pre-existing female preference for sworded males, we tested P. latipinna females from a Texas population for a latent preference for sworded males. We tested in video playback experiments

In: Behaviour
Author: Ayako Yamaguchi

@columbia.edu 2) I thank Peter Marler for his guidance and advice both on this research and on the preparation of the manuscript. I also thank Chris Evans for his advice on designing audio- video playback experiment, Neil Willits on statistical analysis, Luis Baptista, Gary Ritchison, the Cornell Library of

In: Behaviour

of the eight talkers. The stimuli were sped up and slowed down in real-time by modifying the JavaScript playbackRate value. The syllables were played back at three different rates: natural, slow and fast. The slow rate was set to 50% natural speed by adjusting the video playback rate (JavaScript

In: Multisensory Research
Authors: Scott and Deag

University of Edinburgh, West Mains Road, Edinburgh EH9 3JT, UK) (Ace. 15-IY-1998) Summary I. In order to reappraise work by Stokes (I 962a, b) and subsequent interpretations of his results, a data set involving 906 dyadic Blue Tit interactions was coIlected and analysed using video playback. 2. A number of

In: Behaviour
Author: Susan Foster

-289. Rowland, W.J. (1995). Do female stickleback care about male courtship vigour? Manipula- tion of display tempo using video playback. — Behaviour 132, p. 951-961. Rowland, W.J. (2004). Sexual arousal enhances male selectivity in male threespine stickle- back, Gasterosteus aculeatus. — Behaviour, this issue

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