*  Suppression of infanticide in mother rats - Cogprints
Maternal behavior, infanticide, filicide, cannibalism, rat, parturition, delivery, placenta, afterbirth, amniotic fluid, birth ... Biology , Animal Behavior. Biology , Animal Cognition. Biology , Behavioral Biology. Biology , Ethology. Psychology , ... Peters, L. C. and Kristal, M. B. (1983) Suppression of infanticide in mother rats. [Journal (Paginated)] ... These results indicate that, independent of its effect on maternal caretaking, pregnancy suppresses infanticide in previously ...
  http://cogprints.org/760/
*  Sialis Glossary (terms related to bluebirding): what is a... (definitions) ornithology
Infanticide (al behavior): Adult kills babies (not for food), an uncommon behavior in birds. House Sparrows and House Wrens ... Stereotyped behavior: distinctive behaviors consistently used in a certain situatino, like a courtship display (wing waving by ... Sidling: a behavior that usually occurs near a nest, where the owner (e.g., a starling) moves or hops along a branch or wire ( ... Altruistic behavior : When one bird apparently puts itself at risk or makes a sacrifice to help another without any direct ...
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*  Pheromone Signaling | Springer for Research & Development
Assessing Postpartum Maternal Care, Alloparental Behavior, and Infanticide in Mice: With Notes on Chemosensory Influences ... Acute Behavioral Responses to Pheromones in C. elegans (Adult Behaviors: Attraction, Repulsion) ... Assessment of Urinary Pheromone Discrimination, Partner Preference, and Mating Behaviors in Female Mice ...
  https://rd.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-62703-619-1
*  ASP - ASP 2000 Meeting Scientific and Social Program
Male Demography, Female Mating Behavior, and Infanticide in Wild Patas Monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) in Laikipia, Kenya. K.L. ... Infant Development/ Maternal Behavior. 21. Spini, L. Growing Up in Different Environments: The Behavior of Juvenile Chimpanzees ... Session 12: Social Behavior, Part B (A. Weaver, Chair) (Flagstaff Room). 1:00. Reconciliation in Captive Chimpanzees (Pan ... Featured Speaker: David G. Amaral 'The Role of the Amygdala in Primate Social Behavior' [I-2] (Flagstaff Room). ...
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*  Savaging - Wikipedia
"A Genome Wide Detection of Quantitative Trait Loci on Pig Maternal Infanticide Behavior in a Large Scale White Duroc 3 ... Decreased disturbance of the sows by human intrusions during farrowing has indicated a decrease in savaging behavior. A study ... The industry has also attempted to avoid savaging behavior by limiting reproduction in gilts and sows that have previously ... Efforts to eliminate the behavior include additional care and attention to the mother pig during the farrowing cycles. Savaging ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savaging
*  Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) serves on House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology | Take As Directed
This is achieved utilizing multiple behaviors which include infanticide, assertion of prime mating priviledges, and expulsion ... 1-Republican pols are more likely to engage in these behaviors because their world view is dominated by a pyramid-shaped ... 3-only by accepting this reductionist view of republican political behavior can all thoughtful people democratize themselves by ... evolving beyond what is truly privitive (that is, truly derived from the primate) behavior ...
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*  Infanticide in rodents - Wikipedia
Results indicated that PRKO mice (the knock-out mice) did not commit infanticide, but showed more paternal behavior, in ... parental infanticide), or for an unrelated male to kill neonates (nonparental infanticide). Parental infanticide is perhaps the ... infanticide behavior is declined, while caregiving is increased. Males were observed with their mate to evaluate parental ... "The regulation of infanticide and parental behavior implications for reproductive success in male mice", Science, 215 (4537): ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infanticide_in_rodents
*  Infanticide in primates - Wikipedia
Infanticide increases a male's reproductive success when he takes over a new troop of females. This behavior has been observed ... Infanticide Infanticide in carnivores Infanticide in rodents Sexual selection Siblicide Hrdy, Sarah (1979). "Infanticide among ... Most callitrichids have restrictive breeding patterns, which would be compatible with the model, but this infanticide behavior ... Infanticide in non-human primates occurs as a result of exploitation when the individuals enacting the infanticide directly ...
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*  Estrogen insensitivity syndrome - Wikipedia
Aggressive behavior is dramatically reduced, whereas parental behavior, in terms of infanticide, is relatively normal. There is ... There are significant deficits in parental behavior, including a tendency toward infanticide, and aggressive behavior is ... Increased anxiety-like behavior is seen. In addition, the antidepressant-like effects of exogenous estradiol in the forced swim ... In addition, female αERKO mice exhibit behavior that is similar to that of males in terms of parental, aggressive, and sexual ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estrogen_insensitivity_syndrome
*  OEC - The Gladiator Sparrow-Ethical Issues in Behavioral Research on Captive Populations of Wild Animals
This concern has led some authors to view any captive study of natural behaviors like aggression, infanticide, or predation - ... In this case, the behavior in question is aggressive behavior, and a study of aggression in and of itself brings many of these ... although one must always ask whether bird behavior would be close enough to human behavior to be relevant. ... aggressive behavior is largely innate or if significant environmental factors influence the development of aggressive behavior ...
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*  Vogel ER[au] - PubMed - NCBI
Rescue behavior in white-faced capuchin monkeys during an intergroup attack: support for the infanticide avoidance hypothesis. ... Foraging and ranging behavior during a fallback episode: Hylobates albibarbis and Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii compared. ...
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*  Homosexual Behavior Between Male Spider Monkeys ( Ateles geoffroyi) | SpringerLink
Homosexual behavior is defined as genital contact or genital manipulation between same-sex individuals. In nonhuman primates, ... Alvarez, S., Di Fiore, A., Champion, J., Pavelka, M. S., Páez, J., & Link, A. (2014). Male-directed infanticide in spider ... Youlatos, D. (2008). Locomotion and positional behavior of spider monkeys. In C. J. Campbell (Ed.), Spider monkeys: Behavior, ... Altmann, J. (1974). Observational studies of behavior: Sampling methods. Behaviour, 49, 227-267.CrossRefPubMedGoogle Scholar ...
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*  9781605351957 - Exploring Animal Behavior: Readings | eCampus.com
9781605351957 Our cheapest price for Exploring Animal Behavior: Readings from American Scientist is $17.96. Free shipping on ... Infanticide as a primate reproductive strategy.. 65:40-49.. Part II. The Adaptive Value of Social Behavior. *Thomas D. Seeley. ... Exploring Animal Behavior: Readings from American Scientist. by Sherman, Paul W.; Alcock, John *ISBN13: 9781605351957. ... Communication Behavior at Four Levels of Analysis. *William A. Searcy and Stephen Nowicki. 2008.. ird song and the problem of ...
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*  Hitler, Stalin, Mao = Atheist mass murderers? • Skeptical Science
There are literally dozens and dozens of examples of very violent behavior ,killing, genocide, infanticide, fratricide, etc.., ... How the FUCK is religion responsible for violent behavior when Christianity and Islam and Judaism all prohibit killing or ... "How the FUCK is religion responsible for violent behavior when Christianity and Islam and Judaism all prohibit killing or ...
  https://www.skeptical-science.com/atheism/hitler-stalin-mao-atheist-mass-murderers/
*  Primate Factsheets: Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) Behavior
Infanticide by males is reported in captivity (Orgeldinger 1991). In addition, in captivity when a nearly one year old infant ... Taxonomy, Morphology, & Ecology , ,Behavior, , Conservation , References , Links , AV. SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND BEHAVIOR. In ... Captive autosexual behavior has been observed (Mootnick & Baker 1994). PARENTAL CARE. At birth in captivity, siamang infants ... there can be low levels of aggression and affiliative behaviors between males can occur (Lappan 2007). ...
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*  Infanticide risk and infant defence in multi-male free-ranging sooty mangabeys, Cercocebus atys.
Recent studies have, however, presented evidence of infanticide in such species and a recent model by Broom and colleagues ... infanticide by males was thought to be unlikely in multi-male primate species. ... Behavior, Animal*. Cercocebus atys. Female. Male. Maternal Behavior*. Paternal Behavior. Sex Factors. Social Behavior*. ... Infanticide had been previously reported in captivity for this species, but not in the wild. Several males entered the group ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Infanticide-risk-infant-defence-in/19914358.html
*  Field Notes from an Evolutionary Psychologist: Female Infanticide
Even with this new observation of female infanticide, the behavior is unusual and not normal so far as anyone knows right now. ... For aberrant behavior to be a "mental illness" it has to be maladaptive. There isn't a whole lot of evidence that wild primates ... Infanticide usually happens in species where males leave their natal groups (the ones they were born in). At maturity they ... When infanticide was first observed in primates, scientists thought it was pathological. Later the careful detective work of ...
  https://newfoundlandnews.blogspot.com/2007/05/female-infanticide.html
*  Primate - Wikipedia
Behavior[edit]. Social systems[edit]. Primates are among the most social of animals, forming pairs or family groups, uni-male ... Infanticide is common in polygynous species such as gray langurs and gorillas. Adult males may kill dependent offspring that ... Goodall, Jane (1986). The Chimpanzees of Gombe: Patterns of Behavior. ISBN 0-674-11649-6.. ... Schaller, G. B. (1963). The Mountain Gorilla: Ecology and Behavior. Chicago: University Chicago Press. ISBN 978-0-226-73635-8. ...
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*  Infanticide (zoology) - Wikipedia
The behavior is widespread in fishes, and is seen in terrestrial animals as well. Human infanticide has been recorded in almost ... Human infanticide Infanticide in carnivores Infanticide in primates Infanticide in rodents Parent-offspring conflict Parricide ... A unique aspect of human infanticide is sex-selective infanticide. Infanticide only came to be seen as a significant occurrence ... Maternal infanticide occurs when newborn offspring are killed by their mother. This is sometimes seen in pigs, a behavior known ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infanticide_(zoology)
*  Genetic rescue - Wikipedia
Immigrants can positively or negatively affect genetic rescue through behaviors such as mate choice, dominance hierarchies, and ... infanticide. A case of successful genetic rescue is the Florida panther population. Habitat loss and other anthropogenic ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_rescue
*  Blue-eyed black lemur - Wikipedia
In captivity it has been observed committing infanticide against other species of lemurs, a behavior that is usually uncommon, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue-eyed_black_lemur
*  Female copulatory vocalizations - Wikipedia
In that case the female has not only gained someone who can protect her and who prevents infanticide through other males, but ... One of the main purposes of females vocalizing is the induction of mate guarding behavior in males. Conversely, calls may also ... The vocalizations of female elephants are also used in order to incite mate guarding behavior in the male, which manifests ... Pomerantz, S. M.; Nunez, A. A.; Bean, N. J. (1983). "Female behavior is affected by male ultrasonic vocalizations in house mice ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_copulatory_vocalizations
*  House mouse - Wikipedia
The communal nursing groups that result from these behaviors lead to lower numbers of infanticide since more females are able ... Male mating behavior is also affected in response to the practice of polygamous behavior. Compared to monogamous house mice, ... "Development of the social behavior of two mice species with contrasting social systems". Aggressive Behavior. 38 (4): 288-97. ... The social behavior of the house mouse is not rigidly fixed into species-specific patterns but is instead adaptable to the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_mouse