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  • An evolutionary ecology of individual differences 

    Dall, SRX; Bell, AM; Bolnick, DI; Ratnieks, FLW (2012)
    Individuals often differ in what they do. This has been recognised since antiquity. Nevertheless, the ecological and evolutionary significance of such variation is attracting widespread interest, which is burgeoning to an ...
  • Variation in Decision Making 

    Dall, SRX; Gosling, SD; Brown, GD; Dingemanse, N; Erev, I; Kocher, M; Schulz, L; Todd, PM; Weissing, FJ; Wolf, M (MIT Press, 2012)
    Variation in how organisms allocate their behavior over their lifetimes is key to determining Darwinian fitness, and thus the evolution of human and non-human decision making. In this chapter, we explore how decision making ...