Animal social networks: revealing the causes and implications of social structure in ecology and evolution
AuthorMaldonado Chaparro, Adriana Alexandra
The social decisions that individuals make, in terms of where to move, who to interact with and how frequently, scale up to generate social structure. Such structure has profound consequences: individuals each have a unique social environment, social interactions can amplify or dampen individual differences at the population level, and population-level ecological and evolutionary processes can be governed by higher-level ‘emergent properties’ of animal societies.
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