Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior

Editor: Choe, Jae
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology

ISBN: 978-0-12-813251-7
Category: Animals & Veterinary Medicine
Image Count: 1323
Video Count: 15
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: Dec 2019
Table of Contents

Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Second Edition builds upon the solid foundation established in the first edition. Updated sections include Host-Parasite Interactions, Vertebrate Social Behavior, and the introduction of 'overview essays' that boost the book's comprehensive detail.

Share this

Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • Editorial Board
  • Preface
  • Permission Acknowledgments
  • Overview Essays
  • Animal Architecture
  • Brood Parasitism
  • Cooperative Breeding
  • Game Theory
  • Hormones and Behavior: Basic Concepts
  • Integration of Proximate and Ultimate Causes
  • Gene and Meme
  • Foraging: A Fundamental Activity for All Life
  • Welfare Concepts
  • Historical Overviews
  • Animal Behavior: Antiquity to the Sixteenth Century
  • Animal Behavior: The Seventeenth to the Twentieth Centuries
  • Comparative Animal Behavior – 1920–1973
  • From Ethology to Behavioral Biology
  • Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
  • Psychology of Animals
  • Neurobiology, Endocrinology and Behavior
  • Future of Animal Behavior: Predicting Trends
  • Animal Welfare and Conservation
  • Sentience
  • Indicators of Good Welfare
  • Stereotypies and Other Abnormal Behavior in Welfare Assessment
  • Indicators of Pain
  • Slaughter Plants: Behavior and Welfare Assessment
  • Stress, Health and Social Behavior
  • Sickness Behavior in Animals: Implications for Health and Wellness
  • Welfare and Interactions Between Humans and Companion Animals
  • Ecology of Fear
  • Overview of Animal Training: A Welfare Perspective
  • Punishment
  • Applications of Animal Behavior to Conservation
  • Human Impact, Behavior and Conservation
  • Conservation Behavior and Endocrinology
  • Noise Pollution and Conservation
  • Learning and Conservation
  • Habitat Deterioration, Signals and Conservation
  • Parasitism, Host Behavior, and Invasive Species
  • Mating Interference Due to Introduction of Exotic Species
  • Seed Dispersal and Conservation
  • Captive Breeding, Conservation and Welfare
  • Cognition
  • Animal Arithmetic
  • Animal Tool Use
  • Categories and Concepts: Language-Related Competences in Non-Linguistic Species
  • Chimpanzee and Bonobo
  • Cognitive Development in Chimpanzees
  • Collaborative Behavior
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Deception: Competition by Misleading Behavior
  • Emotion and Social Cognition in Primates
  • Empathetic Behavior
  • Gestural Communication in the Great Apes
  • Mental Time Travel: Can Animals Recall the Past and Plan for the Future?
  • Metacognition and Metamemory in Non-Human Animals
  • Non-Elemental Learning in Invertebrates
  • Primate Archaeology
  • Problem-Solving in Tool-Using and Non-Tool-Using Animals
  • Rational Choice Behavior: Definitions and Evidence
  • Responses to Death
  • Time: What Animals Know
  • Communication: Signal Modality
  • Acoustical Signals – In Air and Water
  • Bioluminescent Signals
  • Chemical Signaling: Air, Water, and on the Substrate
  • Electric Signals
  • Multimodal Signaling
  • Visual Signals Using Incident Light
  • Vibrational Signals: Sounds Transmitted Through Solids
  • Communication: Context
  • Mating Signals, Including Advertisement and Courtship
  • Parent–Offspring Signaling
  • Signals in Conflict Resolution: Conventional Signals, Aggression and Territoriality
  • Communication: Communication in Animal Groups
  • Individual Signatures in Animal Groups: Cetaceans
  • Telling Your Friends Where the Goodies are – Recruitment Signals for Food and Habitat
  • Signals in Insect Social Organization
  • Communication: Analysis of Animal Communication
  • Communication Networks
  • The Use of Phylogenetic Comparative Methods in the Study of Evolution and Visual Signalling
  • Signal Reliability and Intraspecific Deception
  • Communication: Special Topics
  • Adjustments to Facilitate Communication in Noisy Environments
  • Culture and Learning: Bird Song
  • Rhythm and Music in Animal Signals
  • Vocal Communication Between Humans and Animals
  • Evolution
  • Adaptive Landscapes and Optimality
  • Body Size and Sexual Dimorphism
  • Cellular Epigenetics and Behavioral Evolution
  • Cooperation and Sociality
  • Development, Evolution and Behavior
  • Evolution of the Nervous System in Relation to Behavior
  • The Importance of Animal Behavior for Charles Darwin and Other 19th Century Theorists
  • Indirect Genetic Effects
  • Isolating Mechanisms and Speciation
  • Methodology: Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • Personality and Evolution
  • Phylogenetic Inference and the Evolution of Behavior
  • Quantitative Genetics of Behavior
  • Reproductive Success
  • Specialization
  • Foraging
  • Foraging: Section Overview
  • Optimal Foraging Theory: An Introduction
  • Habitat Selection
  • Hunger and Satiety: Linking Mechanisms, Behavior and Evolution
  • Patch Exploitation
  • Animal Movements – An Optimal Foraging Theory Approach
  • Food Hoarding
  • Internal Energy Storage
  • How Variance and Risk Affect Foraging Behavior
  • Aposematism as a Defence Against Predation
  • Group Foraging
  • Foraging Behavior as a Cornerstone of Population and Community Ecology
  • Optimal Foraging and Plant-Pollinator Co-Evolution
  • Optimal Foraging Theory: Application and Inspiration in Human Endeavors Outside Biology
  • Genes and Behavior
  • Studying the Genetics of Behavior in the Genomics Era
  • Evolution of Behavior: Genotype to Phenotype
  • Evolutionary Behavioral Genetics
  • The Oxytocin System: Single Gene Effects on Social Behavior Across Species
  • Drosophila Behavior Genetics
  • Paramecium Behavioral Genetics
  • Caste in Social Insects: Genetic Influences Over Caste Determination
  • Nasonia Wasp Behavior Genetics
  • Orthopteran Behavioral Genetics
  • Behavioral Genetics of Social Insects
  • Unicolonial Ants: Loss of Colony Identity
  • Behavioral Genetics of Dog Breeds
  • Genetics of Animal and Bird Migration
  • MHC Genes and Mate Choice
  • Animal Personalities and Behavioral Genetics
  • Hormones and Behavior
  • Singing Behavior in Fishes: Hormones, Neurons, and Evolution
  • Communication and Hormones
  • Sex Change in Reef Fishes: Behavior and Physiology
  • Male Sexual Behavior and Hormones in Non-Mammalian Vertebrates
  • Sexual Behavior and Hormones in Male Mammals
  • Female Sexual Behavior: Hormonal Basis in Non-Mammalian Vertebrates
  • Female Sexual Behavior and Hormones in Mammals
  • Evolution of Ideas on the Neural Control of Sexual Behavior
  • Hormonal and Neuromuscular Regulation of Courtship Displays
  • Invertebrate Hormones and Behavior
  • Reproductive Skew, Cooperative Breeding, and Eusociality in Vertebrates: Hormones
  • Pair-Bonding, Mating Systems and Hormones
  • Experimental Approaches to Hormones and Behavior: Invertebrates
  • Aquatic Invertebrate Endocrine Disruption
  • Maternal Effects on Behavior
  • Parental Behavior and Hormones in Non-Mammalian Vertebrates
  • Parental Behavior and Hormones in Mammals
  • Tadpole Behavior and Metamorphosis
  • Endocrine and Behavioral Regulation of Water and Salt Intake in Vertebrates
  • Food Intake: Behavioral Endocrinology
  • Aggression and Territoriality
  • Fight or Flight Responses
  • Behavioral Endocrinology of Migration
  • Molt in Birds and Mammals: Hormones and Behavior
  • Hibernation, Daily Torpor and Estivation in Mammals and Birds: Behavioral Aspects
  • Circadian and Circannual Rhythms and Hormones
  • Wintering Strategies
  • Seasonality: Hormones and Behavior
  • Vertebrate Endocrine Disruption
  • Memory, Learning, Hormones and Behavior
  • Immune Systems and Sickness Behavior
  • Hormones and Sleep
  • Host-parasite Interactions
  • Propagule Behavior and Parasite Transmission
  • Ectoparasite Behavior
  • Intermediate Host Behavior
  • Disease: Parasite-Modified Vector Behavior
  • Evolution of Parasite-Induced Behavioral Alterations
  • Parasite-Induced Behavioral Change: Mechanisms
  • Avoidance of Parasites
  • Self-Medication: Passive Prevention and Active Treatment
  • Nutrition and Infectious Disease
  • Parasites and Sexual Selection
  • Reproductive Behavior and Parasites: Invertebrates
  • Reproductive Behavior and Parasites: Vertebrates
  • Sex-Biased Parasitism
  • Social Behavior and Parasites
  • Social Immunity
  • Animal Migration and Parasitism
  • Immune Priming and Trans-Generational Protection From Parasites
  • Landmark Studies
  • Aplysia
  • Betta Splendens
  • Blue Tits
  • Boobies
  • Bowerbirds
  • Chimpanzees
  • Cockroaches
  • Dictyostelium, the Social Amoeba
  • Domestic Dogs
  • Frustration in Hens
  • Grey Parrots: A Studies in Avian Cognition
  • Herring Gulls
  • Honeybees
  • Konrad Lorenz
  • Locusts
  • Niko Tinbergen
  • Norway Rats
  • Octopus
  • Pheidole Ants: Sociobiology of a Highly Diverse Genus
  • Pigeons
  • Rhesus Macaques
  • The Sexual and Social Behavior of the Barn Swallow
  • Sharks
  • Spotted Hyenas
  • Swordtails and Platyfishes
  • Threespine Stickleback
  • Túngara Frog: A Model for Sexual Selection and Communication
  • Tribolium
  • Turtles: Freshwater
  • White-Crowned Sparrow
  • William Donald Hamilton
  • Wolves
  • Zebra Finches
  • Zebrafish
  • Learning and Teaching
  • Costs of Learning
  • Decision-Making and Learning: The Peak Shift Behavioral Response
  • Habitat Imprinting and Natal Habitat Preference Induction
  • Mate Choice and Learning
  • Play
  • Spatial Memory
  • Apes: Social Learning
  • Avian Social Learning
  • Culture
  • Fish Social Learning
  • Imitation: Cognitive Implications
  • Insect Social Learning
  • Mammalian Social Learning: Non-Primates
  • Monkeys and Prosimians: Social Learning
  • Social Learning: Theory
  • Vocal Learning
  • Social Information Use
  • Pavlovian Learning in Invertebrates
  • Habituation
  • Methodology
  • Assessment of Welfare and Needs
  • Biologging and Remote-Sensing of Behavior
  • Data Coding, Measurement Error, and Reliability
  • Dominance Relationships, Dominance Hierarchies and Rankings
  • Endocrinology and Behavior: Methods
  • Ethograms, Activity Profiles, and Energy Budgets
  • Experimental Design: Basic Concepts
  • Experiment, Observation, and Modeling in the Lab and Field
  • Field Techniques in Hormones and Behavior
  • Life Histories and Network Function
  • Neuroethology: Methods
  • Sequence Analysis and Transition Models
  • Spatial Orientation and Time: Methods
  • The Use of Playbacks in Behavioral Experiments
  • Use of Robotics in the Study of Animal Behavior
  • Migration and Orientation
  • Vertical Migration of Aquatic Animals
  • Fish Migration
  • Sea Turtles: Navigation and Orientation
  • Insect Migration
  • Insect Navigation
  • Magnetic Compasses in Insects
  • Amphibia: Orientation and Migration
  • Bat Migration
  • Orientation, Navigation and Homing in Bats
  • Bird Migration
  • Irruptive Migration
  • Migratory Connectivity
  • Magnetic Orientation in Migratory Songbirds
  • Maps and Compasses
  • Pigeon Homing as a Model Case of Goal-Oriented Navigation
  • Neurons and Senses
  • Taste: Invertebrates
  • Taste: Vertebrates
  • Smell: Vertebrates
  • Invertebrate Pheromones: Models for Neuroethology
  • Hearing: Insects
  • Ears and Hearing in Vertebrates
  • Vibration Perception: Vertebrates
  • Invertebrate Vision
  • Vision: Vertebrates
  • Infrared Reception – Invertebrates
  • Thermoreception: Vertebrates
  • Electroreception in Vertebrates and Invertebrates
  • Active Electroreception: Vertebrates
  • Magnetoreception
  • Neuroethology of Sound Localization in Birds
  • Bat Neuroethology
  • Vocal–Acoustic Communication in Fishes: Neuroethology
  • Acoustic Communication in Insects: Neuroethology
  • Crabs and Their Visual World
  • Insect Flight and Walking: Neuroethological Basis
  • Leech Behavioral Choice: Neuroethology
  • Nematode Learning and Memory: Neuroethology
  • Predator Evasion
  • Parasitoid Wasps: Neuroethology
  • Sociogenomics
  • Neurobiology of Pair Bonding
  • Neurobiology of Reproductive Behavior, The Role of Neurogenesis
  • Predator-Prey Interactions
  • Predator Avoidance: Mechanisms
  • Defensive Avoidance
  • Defensive Coloration
  • Group Living
  • Anti-Predatory Vigilance
  • Risk Allocation in Anti-Predator Behavior
  • Defensive Morphology
  • Defensive Chemicals
  • Predation Risk and Life Histories
  • Defensive Risk-Taking in Animals
  • Escape from Predators
  • Co-Evolution of Predators and Prey
  • Trade-Offs in Anti-Predator Behavior
  • Strategies of Predators and Their Prey in Large Mammal Predatory Interactions
  • Games Played by Predators and Prey
  • Intraguild Predation
  • Antipredator Benefits From Heterospecifics
  • Parasitoids
  • Empirical Studies of Predator and Prey Behavior
  • Reproductive Behavior
  • Flexible Mate Choice
  • Mate Choice in Males and Females
  • Cryptic Female Choice
  • Rape, Forced and Aggressively Coerced Copulation
  • Compensation in Reproduction
  • Differential Allocation
  • Sex Allocation, Sex Ratios and Reproduction
  • Bateman׳s Principles: Original Experiment and Modern Data For and Against
  • Infanticide
  • Helpers and Reproductive Behavior in Birds and Mammals
  • Sperm Competition
  • Gamete Sharing by “Cloacal Kissing”
  • Bird With Penises: Copulation Mechanics and Behavior
  • Nest Building in Birds
  • Mating Systems in Mammals
  • Reproductive Behavior in the Hyaenidae
  • Sex in Cetaceans
  • Cetacean Mating Systems
  • Mating Systems of New World Monkeys
  • Mating Systems of Lemurs
  • Mating Systems of Old World Monkeys
  • Sex Changing Organisms and Reproductive Behavior
  • Hermaphrodite Mating Systems
  • Sexual Selection and Speciation
  • Social Behavior
  • Ant, Bee and Wasp Social Evolution
  • Social Evolution in Termites
  • Social Evolution in “Other” Insects and Arachnids
  • Spiders: Evolution of Group Living and Social Behavior
  • Crustacean Social Evolution
  • Microbes: Social Evolution
  • Subsociality and the Evolution of Eusociality
  • Kin Selection and Relatedness
  • Division of Labor
  • Dance Language
  • Caste Determination in Arthropods
  • Sex, Genomic Imprinting and Social Evolution
  • Aging and Behavior in Honey Bees
  • Colony Founding in Social Insects
  • Reproductive Skew
  • Queen-Queen Conflict in Eusocial Insect Colonies
  • Queen–Worker Conflicts Over Colony Sex Ratio
  • Worker Conflict and Worker Policing
  • Collective Intelligence in Social Animals
  • Consensus Decisions
  • Nest Site Choice in Social Insects
  • Group Movement
  • Parasites and Insects: Aspects of Social Behavior
  • Social Behavior and Infectious Disease
  • Disease Transmission and Networks
  • Environmental Uncertainty and Social Behavior