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Biological Explanations of Social Behavior in Animals – Social Behavior (PSY, BIO)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Biological Explanations of Social Behavior in Animals – Social Behavior (PSY, BIO) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Social Interactions.


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    1. Animals looking around for food or finding food resources.
    2. Animals looking for food in groups.
    3. Animals looking for food alone.
    4. Animals and human looking for food resources.
    5. Animals and human looking around for food or finding food resources.
    1. Rearing copulation.
    2. Random mating.
    3. Assortative mating.
    4. Disasortative mating.
    5. Copulation.
    1. It tries to predict the competition among individuals and animals and how they think other individuals and animals will behave in order to live.
    2. To predict the behaviors of a large complex system or population.
    3. To understand different phenomenon to test the ability of individuals to reproduce and survive.
    4. To predict the behaviors of individuals and how individuals think other individuals will behave in order to live.
    5. To explain how altruistic behavior will work in natural selection.
    1. Increase.
    2. Decrease.
    3. Unchanged.
    4. Change with respect to natural selection.
    5. Always increase.

    Author of lecture Biological Explanations of Social Behavior in Animals – Social Behavior (PSY, BIO)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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