EVOLUTION OF ANIMAL COMMUNICATION
UNIVERSITY PRESSES OF CALIFORNIA, COLUMBIA AND PRINCETON
|SERIES:||MONOGRAPHS IN BEHAVIOR & ECOLOGY|
|SIZE:||229 x 152|
|TYPE:||Professional and Vocational|
Product Description for EVOLUTION OF ANIMAL COMMUNICATION
Gull chicks beg for food from their parents. Peacocks spread their tails to attract potential mates. Meerkats alert family members of the approach of predators. But are these sometimes dishonest? This book probes such question by reviewing the empirical data and game theory models available, and by asking how well theory matches data.
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