Data from: Brain size predicts behavioural plasticity in guppies (Poecilia reticulata): an experiment

Gabor Herczeg, Tamás J. Urszán, Stephanie Orf, Gergely Nagy, Alexander Kotrschal & Niclas Kolm
Understanding how animal personality (consistent between-individual behavioural differences) arises has become a central topic in behavioural sciences. This endeavour is complicated by the fact that not only the mean behaviour of individuals (behavioural type), but also the strength of their reaction to environmental change (behavioural plasticity) varies consistently. Personality and cognitive abilities are linked and we suggest that behavioural plasticity could also be explained by differences in brain size (a proxy for cognitive abilities), since...
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