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supply.
 Galef
(1988):
 Training:
Rats
trained
to
run
to
different
goals
 each
day,
and
each
goal
contained
different
 flavors
of
food.

Rats
had
strong
tendency
to
 return
to
a
goal
box
once
it
had
learned
that
 it
contained
food.
 Test:
Prior
to
first
trial,
experimental
rat
 confined
in
start
box
with
another
rat,
which
 had
just
eaten
food
of
the
flavor
available
in
 the
correct
goal
box.
 Result:
Experimental
rat
more
likely
to
run
 directly
to
correct
goal
 B
 (cinnamon)
 C

 (cocoa)
 A

 (cheese)
 Start
 Choosing
a
mate
 Guppies
 •  Female
observer
chooses
male
previously
seen
with
companion
 rather
than
male
seen
alone
 Japanese
quail
 •  Female
chooses
male
previously
seen
courTng
and
maTng
with
 another
female
 •  If
male
given
choice,
male
prefers
female
seen
in
isolaTon
 Lekking
species
(e.g.
Sage
grouse)
 •  Males
and
females
gather
in
one
maTng
area
(“lek”)
 •  Females
tend
to
choose
t...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2012 for the course PSYC 103 taught by Professor Pearlberg during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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