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Author Hauser M.D
Title Invention and social transmission: new data from wild vervet monkeys Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 1988 Publication Machiavellian Intelligence Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 327-343
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Publisher Oxford Univ Press Place of Publication Oxford Editor
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Byrne1988 Serial 4794
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Author Cheney, D.L.; Seyfarth, R.M
Title Social and non.social knowledge in vervet monkeys Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 1988 Publication Machiavellian Intelligence Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 255-270
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Publisher Oxford Univ Press Place of Publication Oxford Editor
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Byrne+Whiten1988 Serial 4787
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Author Davidson, D.,
Title Rational Animals Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 1982 Publication reprinted in Davidson (2001); Subjective, Intersubjective, Objective Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 95-105
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Publisher Oxford University Press Place of Publication Oxford Editor
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Serial 4791
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Author Dasser V.
Title Mapping social concepts in monkeys Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 1988 Publication Machiavellian Intelligence Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 85-93
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Publisher Oxford Univ Press Place of Publication Oxford Editor
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Byrne1988 Serial 4792
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Author Hausberger, M.; Richard-Yris, M.-A.
Title Individual differences in the domestic horse, origins, development and stability Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 2005 Publication The domestic horse : the origins, development, and management of its behaviour Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 33-52
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Publisher Cambridge University Press 2005 Place of Publication Cambridge Editor Mills, D.S.; McDonnell,
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ISSN ISBN 13 978-0-521-81414-6 Medium
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Feh2005 Serial 4819
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Author Houpt, K.; Kusunose, R.
Title Genetics of behaviour. Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 2000 Publication The Genetics of the Horse Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 281-306
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Publisher CABI Publishing Place of Publication New York Editor Bowling, A.T., Ruvinsky, A.
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ISSN ISBN 9780851994291 Medium
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Serial 4821
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Author Hinz, K.; Sennet, S.; Maros, K.; Krueger, K.
Title Waiting behaviour in front of a computerized feeding system in an active stable Effects on heart rate, heart rate variability and sensory laterality in horses Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 2015 Publication Current research in applied ethology [Aktuelle Arbeiten zur artgemäßen Tierhaltung Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords computerized feeding, waiting situation, stress, horse
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Publisher KTBL-Schrift 510 Place of Publication Darmstadt Editor
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ISSN ISBN 978-3-945088-13-5 Medium
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Serial 5927
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Author de Waal, F. B. M.
Title Coalitions as part of reciprocal relations in the Arnhem chimpanzee colony Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 1992 Publication Coalitions and Alliances in Humans and Other Animals Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 233-257
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Publisher Oxford University Press Place of Publication Oxford Editor Harcourt, A.H.; de Waal, F.B.M.
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Serial 4877
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Author Ehardt, C.L.; Bernstein, I.S.
Title Conflict intervention behaviour by adult male macaques: structural and functional aspects Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 1992 Publication Coalitions and Alliances in Humans and Other Animals Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 83-111
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Publisher Oxford University Press Place of Publication Oxford Editor Harcourt, A.H.; de Waal, F.B.M.
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Serial 4926
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Author Croft, D. P.; James, R..; Krause, J.
Title Comparing Networks Type (up) Book Chapter
Year 2008 Publication Exploring Animal Social Networks Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 141-162
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Abstract Social network analysis is used widely in the social sciences to study interactions among people, groups, and organizations, yet until now there has been no book that shows behavioral biologists how to apply it to their work on animal populations. Exploring Animal Social Networks provides a practical guide for researchers, undergraduates, and graduate students in ecology, evolutionary biology, animal behavior, and zoology.

Existing methods for studying animal social structure focus either on one animal and its interactions or on the average properties of a whole population. This book enables researchers to probe animal social structure at all levels, from the individual to the population. No prior knowledge of network theory is assumed. The authors give a step-by-step introduction to the different procedures and offer ideas for designing studies, collecting data, and interpreting results. They examine some of today's most sophisticated statistical tools for social network analysis and show how they can be used to study social interactions in animals, including cetaceans, ungulates, primates, insects, and fish. Drawing from an array of techniques, the authors explore how network structures influence individual behavior and how this in turn influences, and is influenced by, behavior at the population level. Throughout, the authors use two software packages--UCINET and NETDRAW--to illustrate how these powerful analytical tools can be applied to different animal social organizations.

Darren P. Croft is lecturer in animal behavior at the University of Wales, Bangor. Richard James is senior lecturer in physics at the University of Bath. Jens Krause is professor of behavioral ecology at the University of Leeds.

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“Exploring Animal Social Networks shows behavioral biologists how to apply social network theory to animal populations. In doing so, Croft, James, and Krause illustrate the connections between an animal's individual behaviors and how these, in turn, influence and are influenced by behavior at the population level. . . . Valuable for readers interested in using quantitative analyses to study animal social behaviors.”--Choice

“[T]his volume provides an engaging, accessible, and timely introduction to the use of network theory methods for examining the social behavior of animals.”--Noa Pinter-Wollman, Quarterly Review of Biology

“The book is a useful 'handbook' providing detailed, stepwise procedures sufficient to allow the reader to address a broad range of questions about social interactions. . . . The book includes numerous examples of the kind of research questions one might ask, and, thus, it allows the reader to find the analysis that best fits the data set to be analyzed. Thus, even readers with minimal prior knowledge of social network analysis will be able to apply this approach. And if further assistance is needed, the authors provide numerous references to specific procedures that have been used by others.”--Thomas R. Zentall, PsycCRITIQUES

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“An important and timely addition to the literature. This book should be readily accessible to researchers who are interested in animal social organization but who have little or no experience in conducting network analysis. The book is well-written in an engaging style and contains a good number of examples drawn from a range of taxonomic groups.”--Paul R. Moorcroft, Harvard University

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Table of Contents:

Preface vii

Chapter 1: Introduction to Social Networks 1

Chapter 2: Data Collection 19

Chapter 3: Visual Exploration 42

Chapter 4: Node-Based Measures 64

Chapter 5: Statistical Tests of Node-Based Measures 88

Chapter 6: Searching for Substructures 117

Chapter 7: Comparing Networks 141

Chapter 8: Conclusions 163

Glossary of Frequently Used Terms 173

References 175

Index 187

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* Biological Sciences
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Publisher Princton University Press Place of Publication Princeton, NY Editor
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Call Number Equine Behaviour @ team @ Serial 4955
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