Data from: Personality, immune response and reproductive success: an appraisal of the pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis

Karine Monceau, Francois-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont, Jerome Moreau, Camille Lucas, Rémi Capoduro, Sébastien Motreuil & Yannick Moret
The pace-of-life syndrome (POLS) hypothesis is an extended concept of the life-history theory that includes behavioural traits. The studies challenging the POLS hypothesis often focus on the relationships between a single personality trait and a physiological and/or life-history trait. While pathogens represent a major selective pressure, few studies have been interested in testing relationships between behavioural syndrome, and several fitness components including immunity. The aim of this study was to address this question in the...
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