Data from: Developmental constraints on behavioral flexibility

Kay E. Holekamp, Eli M. Swanson & Page E. Van Meter
We suggest that variation in mammalian behavioural flexibility not accounted for by current socioecological models may be explained in part by developmental constraints. From our own work we provide examples of constraints affecting variation in behavioural flexibility, not only among individuals, but also among species and higher taxonomic units. We first implicate organizational maternal effects of androgens in shaping individual differences in aggressive behaviour emitted by female spotted hyenas throughout the lifespan. We then compare...
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