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A test of spatial proximity as driver for social bond formation

dc.contributor.advisorMaldonado Chaparro, Adriana Alexandra
dc.creatorCardona-Restrepo, Manuela Cardona
dc.creator.degreeBiólogo
dc.creator.degreeLevelPregrado
dc.creator.degreetypePart time
dc.date.accessioned2023-05-18T19:30:09Z
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dc.date.created2023-03-06
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dc.descriptionLa proximidad espacial es un factor que puede promover la formación de relaciones sociales. En esta investigación plantee un experimento en el que se evaluó si la proximidad espacial puede promover la formación de relaciones sociales de bajo costo, y favorecer la formación de relaciones de cooperación (relaciones de alto costo). Para esto se usaron 23 curíes divididos en grupos de cuatro individuos en seis encierros diferentes, en los cuales controlé la familiaridad entre ellos. El experimento consistió en tres tratamientos que fueron evaluados en tres fases. En el tratamiento A los individuos podían interactuar libremente, En el tratamiento B los individuos fueron forzados a compartir un espacio y en el control, los individuos no tenían oportunidad de compartir. Los resultados sugieren que la proximidad espacial promueve la formación de relaciones sociales. Este fenómeno es más evidente cuando los individuos pueden decidir libremente si compartir el espacio con otros. Adicionalmente, las parejas de individuos que forman relaciones de forrajeo tienen mayor opción de desarrollar relaciones de alto costo. En conclusión, la proximidad espacial, especialmente la voluntaria, promueve la formación de relaciones sociales de bajo costo, y estas a su vez favorecen la formación de relaciones de cooperación.
dc.description.abstractSpatial proximity is a factor that facilitates the formation of social relationships. Here, I evaluated whether spatial proximity promotes the development of low-cost relationships and whether these favor the formation of cooperative relationships (high-cost relationships). To do this, I used 23 guinea pigs distributed in six enclosures controlling for familiarity between group members. The experiment consisted of three treatments that were evaluated in three phases.In treatment A individuals could freely interact in a shared foraging arena;In treatment B individuals were forced to share the foraging arena and in the control group, individuals were not allowed to share. The results suggest that spatial proximity facilitates the development of low-cost foraging relationships. The strength of foraging relationships increased over time, a phenomenon that was more evident when individuals were allowed to freely decide whether toshare space with other individuals. Additionally, pairs that form strong foraging relationships were more likely to develop high-cost relationships. In conclusion, spatial proximity, especially voluntary proximity, promotes the formation of low-cost social relationships, and these in turn favor the formation of cooperative relationships.
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dc.description.sponsorshipInstituto Max Plank
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dc.source.instnameinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.source.reponamereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectAcicalamiento
dc.subjectCuys
dc.subjectRelaciones cooperativas
dc.subjectRelaciones de forrajeo
dc.subjectRedes sociales
dc.subjectSaludos
dc.subject.keywordCooperative relationships
dc.subject.keywordForaging relationships
dc.subject.keywordGreeting
dc.subject.keywordGuinea Pigs
dc.subject.keywordSocial networks
dc.titleA test of spatial proximity as driver for social bond formation
dc.title.TranslatedTitlePrueba de proximidad espacial como conductor de la formación de relaciones sociales
dc.typebachelorThesis
dc.type.documentTrabajo de grado
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