Social behaviour : genes, ecology and evolution [E-Book] / edited by Tamás Székely, Allen J. Moore, Jan Komdeur.
Székely, T., (editor)
Moore, Allen J., (editor) / Komdeur, J., (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2010
1 online resource (xii, 562 pages)
englisch
9780511781360
9780521709620
9780521883177
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: the uphill climb of sociology: towards a new synthesis /
  • Tamás Székely, Allen J. Moore and Jan Komdeur
  • Profile: Undiminished passion /
  • Tim Birkhead
  • Part I.
  • Foundations:
  • 1.
  • Nature-nurture interactions /
  • Marla B. Sokolowski and Joel D. Levine;
  • Profile: social evolution, sexual intrigue and serendipity /
  • Andrew Cockbun;
  • 2.
  • The quantitative genetics of social behaviour /
  • Bronwyn H. Bleakley, Jason B. Wolf and Allen J. Moore;
  • Profile: mating systems: integrating sexual conflict and ecology /
  • Nicholas B. Davies;
  • 3.
  • Social behaviour and bird-song from a neural and endocrine perspective /
  • Elizabeth Adkins-Regan, Timothy J. DeVoogd and Jordan M. Moore;
  • Profile: In love with Ropalidia marginata: 34 years, and still going strong /
  • Raghavendra Gadagkar;
  • 4.
  • Evolutionary game theory /
  • John M. McNamara and Franz J. Weissing;
  • Profile: The holder's dilemma: a cold shoulder or a warm inner glow /
  • David Haig;
  • 5.
  • Recent advances in comparative methods /
  • Robert P. Freckleton and Mark Pagel;
  • Profile: Multi-component signals in ant communication /
  • Bert Hölldobler;
  • 6.
  • Social evolution theory: a review of methods and approaches /
  • Tom Wenseleers, Andy Gardner and Kevin R. Foster;
  • Profiles: what's wrong with this picture? /
  • Sarah B. Hrdy
  • Part II.
  • Themes:
  • 7.
  • Aggression: towards an integration of gene, brain and behaviour /
  • Robert Huber and Edward A. Kravitz;
  • Profile: From behavioural observations, to genes, to evolution /
  • Laurent Keller;
  • 8.
  • Social influences on communication signals: from honesty to exploitation /
  • Mark E. Hauber and Marlene Zuk;
  • Profile: reputation can make the world go round, or why are we sometime social /
  • Mangred Milinski;
  • 9.
  • Important topics in group living /
  • Jens Krause and Graeme Ruxton;
  • Profile: a haphazard career /
  • Ronald Noë;
  • 10.
  • Sexual behaviour: conflict, cooperation and co-evolution /
  • Tomasso Pizzari and Russell Bonduriansky;
  • Profile: In celebration of questions, past, present and future /
  • Geoff A. Parker;
  • 11.
  • Pair bonds and parental behaviour /
  • Lisa McGraw, Tamás Székely and Larry J. Young;
  • Profile: mating systems and generic variation /
  • Marion Petrie;
  • 12.
  • Adaptations and constraints in the evolution of delayed dispersal: implications for cooperation /
  • Jan Komdeur and Jan Ekman;
  • Profile: Selections from a life in social selection /
  • David C. Queller;
  • 13.
  • Social behaviour in microorganisms /
  • Kevin R. Foster;
  • Profile: the de novo evolution of cooperation: an unlikely event /
  • Paul B. Rainey;
  • 14.
  • Social environments, social tactics and their fitness consequences in complex mammalian societies /
  • Marion L. East and Heribert Hofer;
  • Profile: evolutionary genetics and social behaviour: changed perspectives on sexual coevolution /
  • Michael G. Ritchie;
  • 15.
  • Social behaviour in humans /
  • Ruth Mace;
  • Profile: genes and social behaviour: from gene to genome to 1000 genomes /
  • Gene E. Robinson
  • Part III.
  • Implications:
  • 16.
  • Personality and individual social specialisation /
  • Denis Réale and Niels J. Dingemanse;
  • Profile: behavioural ecology: why do I love thee? let me count the reasons /
  • Paul W. Sherman;
  • 17.
  • Molecular and genetic influences on the neural substrate of social cognition in humans /
  • Louise Gallagher and David Skuse;
  • Profile: anonymous (and other)social experience and the evolution of cooperation by reciprocity /
  • Michael Taborsky;
  • 18.
  • Population density, social behaviour and sex allocation /
  • Suzanne H. Alonzo and Ben C. Sheldon;
  • Profile: social theory based on natural selection /
  • Robert Trivers;
  • 19.
  • Social behaviour and speciation /
  • Gerald S. Wilkinson and Leanna M. Birge;
  • Profile: look to the ants /
  • Edward O. Wilson;
  • 20.
  • Social behaviour in conservation /
  • Daniel T. Blumstein;
  • Profile: the handicap principle and social behaviour /
  • Amotz Zahavi;
  • 21.
  • Prospects for research in social behaviour: systems biology meets behaviour /
  • Allen J. Moore, Tamás Székely and Jan Komdeur.