Robustness of consensus is independent from preference diversity among group members in the American cockroach (Periplaneta american)

Mariano Calvo Martín, Max Eeckhout, Jean-Louis Deneubourg & Stamatios Nicolis
Collective choices and consensus resulting from the competition of positive feedbacks, are the subject of numerous studies. However, how the interindividual diversity of preferences among the group members affects these dynamics is usually overlooked apart from vertebrates based studies. Gregarism is a useful model for studying how the interindividual diversity of preferences affects the collective choices and consensus. The decision-making of three types of groups of the cockroach Periplaneta americana is tested in a choice...
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