Data and statistical code from: Population differences in the effect of context on personality in an invasive lizard

Jack A. Brand, Annalise C. Naimo, Marcus Michelangeli, Jake M. Martin, Andrew Sih, Bob B.M. Wong & David G. Chapple
Within populations, individuals often differ consistently in their average level of behavior (i.e. animal personality), as well as their response to environmental change (i.e. behavioral plasticity). Thus, changes in environmental conditions might be expected to mediate the structure of animal personality traits. However, it is currently not well understood how personality traits change in response to environmental conditions, and whether this effect is consistent across multiple populations within the same species. Accordingly, we investigated variation...
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