PSYC 327 05.08.07 - PSYC 327 -Brood Reduction -Game Theory...

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PSYC 327 May 8, 2007 -Brood Reduction -Game Theory -Protangon stats -Marginal Return Theory: -a dollar is worth more for one who makes $10 an hour than to someone making $100 an hour. Percentage gain. -Hawk/Dove Game -Bourgeois / Antibourgeois -hawk will always attack and dove will always retreat. -how long an animal will stay in a situation until one will retreat? -animals will fight more for a more rewardable food. -animals fight more for valuable resources -sometimes they bout, which is to say that they analyze each others strengths to see if it is necessary to fight. -severity of fighting increases will each additional bout. -aggression becomes symbolic- threats -Appeasement gestures- fleeing -salmon change color to show submission. II) Notes on film- Agression -hummingbirds defend their territories. They use their beaks to poke the enemy. -mantage shrimp- display foldings and colors in legs to intruders. They use their tails as a club and force others out. When a male comes into a females hole, she blocks it with her
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYC 327 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '07 term at Binghamton University.

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PSYC 327 05.08.07 - PSYC 327 -Brood Reduction -Game Theory...

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