Biogenic amines for individual and social learning

Catherine Tait, Hasim Hakanoğlu, Akülkü Akülkü, Christopher Mayack & Dhruba Naug
Individuals learn about their environment through personal observation or by observing their social conspecifics. The speed-accuracy trade-off associated with these two strategies results in two possible learning phenotypes – slow but more accurate individual learners and fast but more inaccurate social learners. While the costs and benefits of these different learning strategies are well known, we know much less about the possible neurophysiological mechanisms that underlie such cognitive variation. Neurotransmitters, based on their important role...
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