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Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior
動物行動学百科事典(全3巻)

Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior 動物行動学百科事典(全3巻)
Author
Breed, Michael D. (EDT)/ Moore, Janice (EDT) 
Publisher
Academic Press 
Publication Date
Sep, 2010 
ISBN
0080453333 or 9780080453330
HARDCOVER 
2,544 Pages
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動物行動学の基礎となるコミュニケーション、学習、性淘汰等に加え、動物行動学の応用や動物福祉、保全、認知といった新たなテーマも収録。動物行動学を大別する、分子生物学や遺伝学的な手法を用いて進化的側面から動物の行動を捉える研究と、行動の社会的、生理的、神経学的要因に焦点を当てた研究双方を包括している。


The Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior has engaged-with great success-the efforts of many of the best behavioral biologists of the 21st century. Section editors drawn from the most accomplished behavioral scientists of their generation have enrolled an international cast of highly respected thinkers and writers-all of whom have taken great care and joy in illuminating every imaginable corner of animal behavior.

This comprehensive work covers not only the usual topics such as communication, learning, sexual selection, navigation, and the history of the field, but also emerging topics in cognition, animal welfare, conservation, and applications of animal behavior. The large section on animal cognition brings together many of the world's experts on the subject to provide a comprehensive overview of this rapidly developing area. Chapters relating to animal welfare give a full view of behavioral interactions of humans with companion animals, farm animals, and animals in the wild. The key role of animal behavior in conservation biology receives broad attention, including chapters on topics such as the effects of noise pollution, captive breeding, and how the behavioral effects of parasites interacts with conservation issues. Animal behavior in environmental biology is highlighted in chapters on the effects of endocrine disruptors on behavior and a large number of chapters on key species, such as wolves, chimpanzees, hyenas and sharks.

Clear, accessible writing complements a wealth of information for undergraduate college students about the essential concepts of animal behavior and the application of those concepts across the field. In-depth coverage of concepts, methods, and exemplar organisms serves the needs of graduate students and professionals in the field.

From the use of behavior in assessing the welfare of pigs to the social behavior of insects, from animal empathy to bat brains, this authoritative reference, with its in-depth introductory articles, rich array of illustrations, interactive cross-referenced links, and numerous suggested readings, can guide the student or the professional to an expanded appreciation of the far-flung world of animal behavior. An invaluable tool for teaching and a source of enrichment and detail for any topic covered in an animal behavior course, the Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior is the definitive reference work in its field and will be for years to come.

Contents

Chapter Title
1 Overview
2 Electrical Signals
3 Auditory Signals
4 Visual Signals
6 Mating Signals
7 Individual Recognition
8 Cultural inheritance of signals
9 Interspecific communication
10 Noise and anthropogenic effects on communication
11 Communication networks
12 Vertebrate sound production
13 Parent-offspring signals
14 Predator alarm signals
15 Food signals
16 Dolphin signature whistles
17 Adaptation and signal evolution: Phylogeny
18 Signals and motivation
19 Signal information content
21 Referential signaling
22 Syntactically complex vocal systems
23 Multimodal signaling
24 Signal parasites
25 Vibrational signals
26 Honest signaling
27 Agonistic signals
28 Alex
30 Tribolium
31 Spotted Hyenas
32 Boobies
33 Tungara Frogs
34 White crowned sparrow
35 Freshwater Turtles
36 Swallows
37 Sharks
38 The Threespine Stickleback
39 Octopus
40 Aplysia
41 Dogs
42 Lorenz
43 Tinbergen
44 Honey bees
45 Herring Gull
46 Rats
47 Zebra fish
48 Zebra finches
49 Rhesus Macaque Behavior
50 Wolves
51 Bowerbirds
52 Bettas
53 Locusts
54 Chimpanzees
55 Types of Social Learning: Implications for Cognitive Theories of Imitation
56 Vocal learning
57 Theories of social learning
58 Social learning in insects
59 Social learning in fishes
60 Avian Social Learning
61 Social learning in non-primate mammals
62 Socially-mediated learning in monkeys and prosimians
63 Social learning in apes
64 Animal culture
65 Orientation, Navigation and Homing in Bats
66 Irruptive migration
67 Orientation and Navigation of Flying Insects
68 Orientation and Navigation in amphibians
69 Maps and Compasses
70 Vertical migration of aquatic animals
72 Migratory Connectivity
73 Insect migration
74 Bat migration
75 Migration, Orientation and Navigation: Magnetic compasses in insects
76 Migration in fishes
78 Pigeon homing as a model case of goal-oriented navigation
79 Introduction to animal welfare
80 Using animal behavior for making animal welfare decisions
82 Behavior, welfare and disease
83 Behavioral assessment of animal welfare at slaughter plants
84 Behavioral assessment of the welfare of pets
86 Behavioral assessment of the welfare of pigs
87 Behavioral assessment of the welfare of horses
88 Behavioral assessment of the welfare of poultry
90 Physical cognition by tool-using and non tool-using animals
91 Number concept
92 What animals know about time
93 Self control
94 Mental time travel
95 Non-Elemental Learning in Invertebrates
96 Category and concept learning
97 Deception
98 Animal innovation
99 Sentience
100 Metacognition and metamemory in non-human animals
101 Social cognition
102 The Role of Emotion in Primate Social Cognition
103 Cognitive development in chimpanzees
104 Conflict resolution
105 Empathy
106 Punishment
107 The Evolutionary Foundations of Morality
108 Embodied and Distributed Cognition
109 Darwin and animal behavior
110 Basics of Evolution
111 Adaptive landscapes and the concept of optimality
112 Levels of selection
113 Evolution of cooperation and sociality
114 Microevolution and Macroevolution in Behavior
115 Phylogenetic inference and the comparative method
117 Body size / sexual dimorphism
118 The Evolution of the Nervous System in Relation to Behavior
119 Reproductive success
120 Evolution of specialization
122 Integrating Evolution, Development, and Behavior
123 Behavioral isolating mechanisms and speciation
124 Group decisions on movement
125 Consensus Decisions
127 Nest choice in social insects
128 Behavior of ectoparasites
129 Parasite-modified vector behavior
130 The role of behavior in the transmission of parasite propagules
131 Behavioral Avoidance of Parasites
132 Self-medication: passive prevention and active treatment
133 Sickness Behavior: Comparative Perspectives
134 Parasite-modified reproductive behavior - vertebrates
136 Mechanisms of parasite-induced behavioral change
137 Parasite-modified intermediate host behavior
138 Behavior, Parasites, Conservation, and Invasive Species
139 Evolution of parasite-induced behavioral alterations
140 Parasites and Sexual Selection
142 Parasite-modified reproductive behavior--invertebrates
143 Parasites and social behavior
144 Habitat imprinting
145 Spatial memory
146 Peak shift
148 Cost of learning
150 Neural basis for flight and walking in insects
151 Neuroethology of bats
152 The Extraordinary Sensory World of the Naked Mole-Rat
154 Escape Behavior in Insects
156 Neuroethology of Parasitoid Wasps
157 Neuroethology of Acoustic Communication in Insects
158 The Visual-behavioral world of crabs
159 The Neuroethology of Behavioral Choice in Leeches
160 Sociogenomics
161 Neuroethology of sound localization in birds
162 Neuroethology of learning and memory in nematodes
163 Applications of animal behavior to conservation
164 Applications of Animal Behavior to Animal Training
165 Biologically Inspired Robotics
166 Genomics searches for behavior genes
167 Genetics of kin recognition
168 Behavioral Genetics of Paramecium
169 Dictyostelium, the social amoeba
170 Genetics of colony recognition in colonial marine invertebrates
171 Behavior genetics of social insects
172 Genetics of caste in social insects
173 Loss of colony identity: unicolonial ants
174 Genetics of behavior in drosophila
177 The inside story: post-insemination, pre-fertilization reproductive interactions in invertebrates
179 Forced copulation
181 Sexual Conflict, Sexual Selection, and Social Selection overview
182 Bateman: Data for and against
183 Sexual selection and speciation
184 Female and male mate choice
185 Flexible mate choice
186 Cryptic female choice
188 Infanticide
190 Sperm competition
192 Social monogamy and extra-pair parentage
193 Reproductive Behavior in Species with helpers
194 Sex allocation
195 Differential allocation
196 Compensation
197 Reproductive behavior in sex changing organisms
198 Animal Behavior up to the early 20th century
199 Birth of modern Animal Behavior - 1920 to 1960s
202 Comparative Psychology
203 European Ethology
204 Animal Behavior - Early History from Antiquity to the 16th Century
205 Sociobiology and Behavioral Ecology
206 Neurobiology and Behavior
207 Intergration of approaches
208 Trends for the Future from a Historical Perspective
209 Foraging modes
210 Foraging theory: an introduction
211 Habitat selection
212 Patch exploitation
213 Defense against predation
214 After ingestion: interaction of gut processing and foraging behavior
215 Foraging in groups
217 Hunger and satiety
218 External food storage: caching
219 Fat storage: internal food storage
222 Rational choice behaviour: definitions and evidence
224 Basic Experimental design
225 Cost and benefit analysis
226 Experimental, Observation, Comparative, Modeling, Lab vs Field
227 Use of robotics in the study of Animal Behavior
228 Dominance Hierarchy and Social Structure: What is it and How do we quantify it?
230 Ethograms, time budgets and sampling
231 Sources of Measurement Error, Reliability
232 Remote-sensing of Behavior
233 Sequence analysis, Transition Models
235 The Analysis of Spatial Orientation and Time
236 Experimental approaches to hormones and behavior - vertebrates
237 Experimental approaches to hormones and behavior - invertebrates
238 Field techniques in hormones and behavior
239 Maternal effects on behavior
240 Evolution of Ideas on the Neural Control of Sexual Behavior
241 Hormonal Control of Sexual Behavior in Female Non-mammalian Vertebrates
242 Male non-mammalian vertebrates
243 Hormones and mating systems
244 Hormones and breeding strategies, cooperative breeding, eusocial vertebrates
245 Sex Change in Reef Fishes: Behavior and Physiology
246 Communicative behaviors
247 Hibernation, daily torpor and aestivation in mammals and birds: behavioral aspects
248 Aggression and territoriality
249 Hormones and parental behavior in mammals
250 Hormones and parental behavior in non-mammals (including nest building)
251 Wintering strategies
252 Migration in vertebrates
253 Hormonal control of sexual behavior in male mammals
254 Molt, Hormones and Behavior
255 Metamorphosis in vertebrates
256 Hormones and Behavior in Relation to Seasonality
257 Fluids and salts in vertebrates
258 Behavioral Endocrinology of Food Intake
259 Circadian & circannual rhythms and hormones
260 Hormones behavior and molting of invertebrates
261 Fight or flight response
262 Memory and learning
263 Immune systems and sickness behavior
265 Endocrine disruption, vertebrates
266 Endocrine disruption, invertebrates
267 Conservation
268 Olfactory signals
269 What is neuroethology?
270 Behavior genetics of Nasonia
271 Orthopteroid insects other than termites
273 Swordtails
274 Neuroethology of vocal communication in fishes
276 Female Sexual Behavior in mammals
277 Hormones, behavior, mood, life styles, biomedical aspects
278 Foraging and co-evolution
279 Kleptoparasitism and Cannibalism
280 Decision-making
281 Social effects on choice
282 Orientation and navigation in sea turtles
283 The use of playbacks in behavioral experiments
284 Neuroethology methods
285 Introduction to Conservation and Behaviour
286 Learning and conservation
288 Effects of habitat deterioration on male ornaments
289 Animal communication and anthropogenic noise: implications for conservation
290 Ontogenetic effects of captive breeding
291 Parasitoids
292 Defensive coloration
293 Defensive chemicals
294 Group living
295 Vigilance and models of behavior
296 Trade offs
297 Economic escape
298 Risk allocation
299 Empirical studies
300 Mechanisms
301 Predator-Prey co-evolution
302 Predator prey games
303 The ecology of fear
304 Antipredator behavior and conservation
305 Cockroaches
307 Networks and spread of disease
308 Network function and life history
310 Vision - invertebrates
312 Taste - invertebrates
315 Magnetoreception in animals
316 Thermoreception - invertebrates
317 Vision - vertebrates
318 Hearing - vertebrates
319 Olfaction - vertebrates
320 Taste - vertebrates
321 Vibration - vertebrates
322 Active electroreception - vertebrates
323 Passive electroreception - vertebrates
324 Thermoreception - vertebrates
326 Courtship/mating interference
327 Seed dispersal
328 Field studies of predators and their behavior
329 Hormones and Sleep
330 Defensive morphology
331 Defensive avoidance
332 Predation risk and life histories
333 Antipredator benefits from heterospecifics
334 Caste determination
335 Colony founding
336 Dance language
337 Developmental plasticity
338 Division of labor
339 Parasitism and sociality/Host-parasite relationship
340 Recognition system
341 Reproductive skew
343 Sex and social evolution
344 Queen-queen conflict
345 Queen-worker conflict
346 Social evolution in ants, bees and wasps
347 Social evolution in termites
348 Social evolution in spiders
349 Social evolution in 'other' insects and arachnids
350 Social evolution in crustaceans/aquatic invertebrates
352 Swarm intelligence/collective intelligence
353 Defensive risk-taking
354 Methods in Behavioral Endocrinology
355 Game Theory
356 Sociobiology of the hyperdiverse ant genus Pheidole
357 Relatedness and kin selection
358 Worker-worker conflict
359 Subsociality and Social Evolution
360 Invertebrate hearing
362 Bird migration
363 Bird orientation
364 Learning and mating behavior
365 Play
366 Pigeons
367 William Hamilton

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