Data from: Maternal predator-exposure has life-long consequences for offspring learning in threespined sticklebacks

Daniel P. Roche, Katie E. McGhee & Alison M. Bell
Learning is an important form of phenotypic plasticity that allows organisms to adjust their behaviour to the environment. An individual’s learning performance can be affected by its mother’s environment. For example, mothers exposed to stressors such as restraint and forced swimming often produce offspring with impaired learning performance. However, it is unclear whether there are maternal effects on offspring learning when mothers are exposed to ecologically relevant stressors such as predation risk. Here, we examined...
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