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  • The influence of experience on contest assessment strategies 

    Camerlink I; Turner SP; Farish M; Arnott G (2017)
    Animal contest behaviour has been widely studied, yet major knowledge gaps remain concerning the information-gathering and decision-making processes used during encounters. The mutual assessment strategy, where the individual ...
  • Lateralization influences contest behaviour in domestic pigs 

    Camerlink I; Menneson S; Turner SP; Farish M; Arnott G (2018)
    Cerebral lateralization, i.e. hemispheric asymmetries in structure and function, relates in many species to a preference to attack from their left. Lateralization increases cognitive capacity, enabling the simultaneous ...