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Title Aggression / edited by Robert Huber, Danika L. Bannasch, Patricia Brennan ; editorial assistant, Kate Frishman.

Published Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, 2011.

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Physical description 1 online resource (x, 293 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series Advances in genetics, 0065-2660 ; v. 75
Advances in genetics ; v. 75.
ScienceDirect All Books
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Aggression -- Contributors -- -- 1. : Aggression -- -- 2. : Evolutionary Aspects of Aggression: The Importance of Sexual Selection -- I. Introduction -- II. Sexual Selection -- III. Mating Systems -- IV. When to Fight and When to Flee -- V. Case Studies: Sexual Dimorphism -- VI. Humans and the Mammalian Pattern -- Acknowledgment -- -- 3. : Signaling Aggression -- I. Introduction -- A. An ethological approach to aggression -- B. The classic game theory model -- C. Signaling games -- D. Threat displays and why they are part of aggression -- E. Evolutionary issues -- F. The challenge of "incomplete honesty"G. Case studies in aggressive signaling -- II. Bird Song Signals Aggressive Intentions: Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick -- III. Visual Displays Signal Aggressive Intent in Cephalopods: The Sweet Smell of Success -- A. Cuttlefish agonistic bouts -- B. Squid agonistic bouts -- C. From molecules to aggression: Contact pheromone triggers strong aggression in squid -- D. Signaling aggression in humans -- -- 4. : Self-Structuring Properties of Dominance Hierarchies ... -- I. Introduction -- II. Definitions -- A. Dominance relationships -- B. Dominance hierarchiesIII. Animal Models -- A. Chickens -- B. Fish -- C. Crustaceans -- D. Primates -- IV. Factors Affecting Dominance Relationships in Pairs of Animals -- A. Physical differences -- -- 1. Behavioral profile or personality -- B. Physiology -- C. Genetics -- D. Behavioral states: Winner, loser and bystander effects -- V. Formation of Dominance Relationships and Dominance Hierarchies in Groups -- A. Differences in individual attributes and hierarchy formation -- B. Influence of social factors on linear hierarchy formation -- VI. A New Approach to Explaining the Formation of Linear Hierarchies: Behavioral ProcessesA. Modifications of the jigsaw puzzle model -- B. Experimental evidence concerning animal cognitive abilities and processes of interaction -- VII. Conclusion -- -- 5. : Neurogenomic Mechanisms of Aggression in Songbirds -- I. Aggression in Context -- II. Hormonal Mechanisms of Aggression -- A. Territoriality in the breeding season -- B. Hormones and territoriality -- C. Aggression outside the breeding season -- -- 1. Aggression in flocks -- -- 2. Territoriality in the nonbreeding season -- D. Evolution of aggression and life history strategiesIII. Transcriptional Activity and Neural Mechanisms of Aggression in Birds -- A. Transcriptional traces of aggression reveal ubiquitous vertebrate themes -- B. Neurochemistry and major modulators -- IV. A Natural Model Uniting Social Behavior, Hormones, and Genetics -- A. The white-throated sparrow -- B. Endocrine and neuroendocrine correlates of behavioral polymorphism -- C. Causality and "phenotypic engineering" -- D. Mapping the ZAL2m -- V. Future Directions -- -- 6. : Genetics of Aggression in Voles -- I. Introduction -- II. The Prairie Vole Model.
Aggression / Robert Huber and Patricia A. Brennan -- Evolutionary aspects of aggression : the importance of sexual selection / Patrik Lindenfors and Birgitta S. Tullberg -- Signaling aggression / Moira J. van Staaden, William A. Searcy, and Roger T. Hanlon -- Self-structuring properties of dominance hierarchies : a new perspective / Ivan D. Chase and Kristine Seitz -- Neurogenomic mechanisms of aggression in songbirds / Donna L. Maney and James L. Goodson -- Genetics of aggression in voles / Kyle L. Gobrogge and Zuoxin W. Wang -- The neurochemistry of human aggression / Rachel Yanowitch and Emil F. Coccaro -- Human aggression across the lifespan : genetic propensities and environmental moderators / Catherine Tuvblad and Laura A. Baker -- Perinatal risk factors in the development of aggression and violence / Jamie L. LaPrairie [and others]. -- Neurocriminology / Benjamin R. Nordstrom [and others].
Summary Genes interact with environment, experience, and the biology of the brain to shape an animal's behavior. This latest volume in Advances in Genetics, organized according to the most widely used model organisms, describes the latest genetic discoveries in relation to neural circuit development and activity. * Explores latest topics in neural circuits and behavior research in zebrafish, drosophila, c.elegans, and mouse models * Includes methods for testing with ethical, legal, and social implications * Critically analyzes prospects future prospects.
Other author Huber, Robert, Ph. D.
Bannasch, Danika L.
Brennan, Patricia (Patricia A.)
Elsevier issuing body.
Subject Aggressiveness -- Genetic aspects.
Aggressive behavior in animals.
Neurophysiology.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780123808585 (electronic bk.)
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