Master thesis in Ethology: Impulsivity and social dominance in red junglefowl
Sara Forslind present her external master thesis in Ethology supervised by Hanne Løvlie, Linköping University, entitled 'Individual variation in impulsivity and its possible impact on the establishment of social dominance in red junglefowl'
Created: 2017-04-16 11:50 (Cecilia Kullberg)
Last updated: 2017-04-16 11:53 (Cecilia Kullberg)
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