Edited By: Emilia P Martins
415 pages, Figs, tabs
The contributions to this volume consider the impact of modern phylogenetic comparative methods on the study of animal behaviour, discussing the main issues that need to be considered in the design and analysis of a comparative study, the possible differences between the evolution of behaviour and the evolution of morphology, and reviews how phylogenetic comparative studies have been used in certain areas of behavioural research.
Should prove insightful for anyone studying animal behavior, behavioral ecology, neuroethology, sociobiology, and for biologists in general.--BIOSIS
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