Data from: Social context alters host behavior and infection risk

Carl N. Keiser, Volker H.W. Rudolf, Elizabeth Sartain, Emma R. Every, Julia B. Saltz & Volker H W Rudolf
Variation in infection risk and transmission potential are widespread in human and wildlife diseases and play a central role in host-pathogen dynamics. To explain this variation, most studies focus on linking host traits to differences in pathogen exposure, infection, and transmission, but typically do not to account for hosts’ social context. Yet, an individual’s risk of acquiring infection is likely influenced jointly by their own traits and their social environment. Here, we use three natural...
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