Data from: Experience with predators shapes learning rules in larval amphibians

Adam L. Crane, Brandon S. Demuth & Maud C.O. Ferrari
Experience is essential for many prey species that must learn about predation risk to survive and reproduce. How prey incorporate information about predation risk via multiple learning events has been the subject of several studies, but results have been inconsistent, with cases where multiple conditionings have enhanced or weakened the learned responses. We hypothesized that such different outcomes reflect differences in the timing and frequency of past experience with the predator. To test this hypothesis,...
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