Data from: Paceless life? a meta-analysis of the pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis

Raphaël Royauté, Monica Anderson Berdal, Courtney R. Garrison & Ned A. Dochtermann
The pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis predicts that individual differences in behaviour should integrate with morphological, physiological, and life-history traits along a slow to fast pace-of-life continuum. For example, individuals with a “slow” pace-of-life are expected to exhibit a slower growth rate, delayed reproduction, longer lifespans, have stronger immune responses, and are expected to avoid risky situations relative to “fast” individuals. If supported this hypothesis would help resolve ecological and evolutionary questions regarding the origin and maintenance...
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