Literature References

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K. Aihara, Matsumoto G.1982Temporally coherent organization and instabilities in squid giant axons
P. P. G. Bateson1973Preferences for familiarity and novelty: A model for the simultaneous development of both
D. T. Bishop, Cannings, C., J. Smith, M.1978The war of attrition with random rewards
M. L. Brines1980Dynamic patterns of skylight polarization as clock and compass
J. B. Chapman1982A kinetic Interpretation of "Variable" stoichiometry for an electrogenic sodium pump obeying chemiosmotic principles
C. Chatfield, Lemon R. E.1970Analyzing sequences of behavioural events
C. Chatfield, Lemon R. E.1970Analysing sequences of behavioural events
J. R. Clay1995A simple model of K+ Channel acivation in nerve membrane
J. R. Clay, Shrier A.1999On the role of subthreshold dynamics in neuronal signaling
D. E. Duplisea, Kerr S. R.1995Application of a biomass size spectrum model to demersal fish data from the scotian shelf
M. Enquist, Leimar O.1987Evolution of fighting behaviour: the effect of variation in resource value
M. Enquist, Leimar O.1983Evolution of fighting behavior: decision rules and assessment of relative strength
W. D. Hamilton1964The genetical evolution of social behaviour
P. Hammerstein, Parker G. A.1982The asymmetric war of attrition
O. Leimar, Enquist M.1984Effects of asymmetries in owner-intruder conflicts
J. L. Leonard1984A top-down approach to the analysis of behavioral organization
H. Maldonado1963The visual attack learning system in Octopus vulgaris
M. Moynihan1970Control, suppression, decay, disappearance and replacement of displays
M. Moynihan1970Control, suppression, decay, disappearance and replacement of displays
R. F. Norman, Taylor, P. D., Robinson, R. J.1977Stable equilibrium strategies and penalty functions in a Game of Attrition
G. A. Parker1974Assessment strategy and the evolution of fighting behaviour
G. A. Parker1974Assessment strategy and the evolution of fighting behaviour
J. B. Phillips, Waldvogel J. A.1988Celestial polarized light patterns as a calibration reference for sun compass of homing pigeons
M. J. Smith1982Do animals convey information about their intentions?
J. M. Smith1974The theory of games and the evolution of animal conflicts
M. J. Smith1974The theory of games and the evolution of animal conflicts
J. G. Van Rhijn, Vodegel R.1980Being honest about one's intentions: an evolutionary stable strategy for animal conflicts
A. Zahavi1977The cost of honesty (further remarks on the handicap principle)
A. Zahavi1975Mate selection - a selection for handicap
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