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ISSN 0010-0277, 10/2018, Volume 179, p. 56
Trade-offs between advantageous but conflicting properties (e.g., speed vs. accuracy) are ubiquitous in cognition, but the relevant literature is conceptually... 
Tradeoff analysis | Efficiency | Human performance | Cognitive ability | Exploration | Flexibility
Journal Article
1997, ISBN 0521580293, viii, 387
Insects and arachnids display the most impressive diversity of mating and social behaviour among all animals. This book investigates sexual competition in... 
Sexual behavior in animals | Evolution | Arachnida | Behavior | Insects
Book
Biological Reviews, ISSN 1464-7931, 05/2016, Volume 91, Issue 2, pp. 390 - 408
Journal Article
Hormones and Behavior, ISSN 0018-506X, 01/2020, Volume 117, p. 104607
Oxytocin and testosterone coordinate adaptive social behaviors with stimuli in the environment. Administration of oxytocin and testosterone is associated with... 
Testosterone | Empathy | Systemizing | Oxytocin
Journal Article
Biological Reviews, ISSN 1464-7931, 05/2016, Volume 91, Issue 2, pp. 390 - 408
Journal Article
Cognition, ISSN 0010-0277, 10/2018, Volume 179, pp. 56 - 70
Trade-offs between advantageous but conflicting properties (e.g., speed vs. accuracy) are ubiquitous in cognition, but the relevant literature is conceptually... 
Design | Robustness | Performance | Efficiency | Flexibility | Trade-offs | WHITE-MATTER | SOCIAL-LEARNING STRATEGIES | SPEARMANS LAW | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | ACCURACY | BRAIN STRUCTURE | EVOLUTION | DECISION-MAKING | NEURAL MECHANISMS | STOCHASTIC RESONANCE | WORKING-MEMORY | Cognition
Journal Article
American Naturalist, ISSN 0003-0147, 10/2015, Volume 186, Issue 4, pp. 519 - 530
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Evolution, ISSN 0014-3820, 2006, Volume 60, Issue 11, pp. 2311 - 2328
Abstract Species richness on island or islandlike systems is a function of colonization, within-island speciation, and extinction. Here we evaluate the... 
Adaptive radiation | land snails | species richness | Galápagos | colonization | speciation | Land snails | Colonization | Speciation | Species richness
Journal Article
The American Naturalist, ISSN 0003-0147, 10/2015, Volume 186, Issue 4, p. 519
  Why females of many species mate multiply in the absence of direct benefits remains an open question in evolutionary ecology. Interacting and mating with... 
Genotype & phenotype | Animal reproduction | Insects | Animal behavior | Evolution | Predation | Nonnative species
Journal Article
American Naturalist, ISSN 0003-0147, 10/2015, Volume 186, Issue 4, pp. 519 - 519
Why females of many species mate multiply in the absence of direct benefits remains an open question in evolutionary ecology. Interacting and mating with... 
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