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Food Search and Consumption and its Relation to Aggressive Responses in Pigeons.

López, Martha Elisa; ; Zamora, Abel Javier; Cabrera, Rosalva

Sociedad Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, publicado en Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, y cosechado de Revistas UNAM

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López, Martha Elisa, et al. (2019). Food Search and Consumption and its Relation to Aggressive Responses in Pigeons.. Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta; Vol 45, No 2 2019. Recuperado de https://repositorio.unam.mx/contenidos/4111657

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Autor(es)
López, Martha Elisa; ; Zamora, Abel Javier; Cabrera, Rosalva
Tipo
Artículo de Investigación
Área del conocimiento
Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
Título
Food Search and Consumption and its Relation to Aggressive Responses in Pigeons.
Fecha
2019-12-01
Resumen
The aim of this experiment was to describe the relation between the emission and reception of aggressive responses, as well as the occurrence of food discovery and consumption responses in a social foraging situation in which the spatial distribution of food was varied. during five sessions, groups of pigeons (n=5) were exposed to a wood platform with 12 sealed containers, of which 4 contained food (full). for the proximal group the full containers were spatially adjacent to one another and for the distal group the containers were spatially separated. in each group only one subject discovered food consistently, but all of the members consumed food. the aggressive responses were higher in subjects that consumed less food and the reception of aggressive responses was higher for subjects that consumed more food. the data were analyzed in terms of the hawk/dove game described by sirot (2000).|the aim of this experiment was to describe the relation between the emission and reception of aggressive responses, as well as the occurrence of food discovery and consumption responses in a social foraging situation in which the spatial distribution of food was varied. during five sessions, groups of pigeons (n=5) were exposed to a wood platform with 12 sealed containers, of which 4 contained food (full). for the proximal group the full containers were spatially adjacent to one another and for the distal group the containers were spatially separated. in each group only one subject discovered food consistently, but all of the members consumed food. the aggressive responses were higher in subjects that consumed less food and the reception of aggressive responses was higher for subjects that consumed more food. the data were analyzed in terms of the hawk/dove game described by sirot (2000).|the aim of this experiment was to describe the relation between the emission and reception of aggressive responses, as well as the occurrence of food discovery and consumption responses in a social foraging situation in which the spatial distribution of food was varied. during five sessions, groups of pigeons (n=5) were exposed to a wood platform with 12 sealed containers, of which 4 contained food (full). for the proximal group the full containers were spatially adjacent to one another and for the distal group the containers were spatially separated. in each group only one subject discovered food consistently, but all of the members consumed food. the aggressive responses were higher in subjects that consumed less food and the reception of aggressive responses was higher for subjects that consumed more food. the data were analyzed in terms of the hawk/dove game described by sirot (2000).
Tema
Aggression; discovery of food; consumption; social foraging; game theory; aggression; discovery of food; consumption; social foraging; game theory; aggression; discovery of food; consumption; social foraging; game theory.
Idioma
spa
ISSN
ISSN: 0185-4534; ISSN electrónico: 2007-0802

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