Anne Sabol

Anne Sabol
Florida International University | FIU · Department of Biological Sciences

Master of Science

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
June 2018 - present
San Diego Zoo Conservation Research Institute
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • I am currently working on a project studying social compatibility and conservation breeding success in the alala or Hawaiian crow
August 2016 - April 2018
University of Michigan
Position
  • Master's Student
Description
  • I recieved my Master if Science in Ben Dantzer's lab studying the interaction between behavior, physiology, and the environment
Education
August 2012 - May 2016
The Ohio State University
Field of study
  • Zoology

Publications

Publications (10)
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Vocal communication serves an important role in driving many animals’ social interactions and ultimately their survival. However, both the structure of and responses towards natural vocal behavior can be lost or subject to alteration under human care. Determining if animals in conservation breeding programs exhibit and respond appropriately to spec...
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Despite the growing need to use conservation breeding and translocations in species' recovery, many attempts to reintroduce animals to the wild fail due to predation post-release. Released animals often lack appropriate behaviours for survival, including anti-predator responses. Anti-predator training, a method for encouraging animals to exhibit wa...
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Vocal communication serves an important role in driving animals’ social interactions and ultimately their survival. However, both the structure of and responses towards natural vocal behavior can be lost or subject to alteration under human care. Determining if animals in conservation breeding programs exhibit and respond appropriately to species-s...
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One common theme of adaptive hypotheses for the existence of stable individual differences in behavior (personality) or persistent correlations among behaviors (behavioral syndromes) is an association between intrinsic state (e.g., body size, mass, metabolism) and the behavioral traits of interest. Empiricists are tasked with assessing whether ther...
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Comparative studies aid in our understanding of specific conditions favouring the initial evolution of different types of social behaviours, yet there is much unexplained intraspecific variation in the expression of social behaviour that comparative studies have not yet addressed. The proximate causes of this individual variation in social behaviou...
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Comparative studies aid in our understanding of specific conditions favoring the initial evolution of different types of social behaviors, yet there is much unexplained intraspecific variation in the expression of social behavior that comparative studies have not yet addressed. The proximate causes of this individual variation in social behavior wi...
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Accurately recording the social and mating behavior of wild animals is necessary to test hypotheses regarding the evolution of monogamous behavior but documenting the behavior of most wild animals is challenging. Social network analyses can use patterns of spatial and temporal co-occurrence to describe the social associations of individuals within...
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Background: We still do not understand the key drivers or prevalence of genetic monogamy in mammals despite the amount of attention that the evolution of mammalian monogamy has received. There have been numerous reviews of the hypotheses proposed to explain monogamy, some of which focused on animals in general, while others focused on particular cl...
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Ultraviolet (UV) coloration varies drastically across species and likely plays fundamentally different roles in facilitating social communication depending on the ecological or social context. While it is well known that UV coloration serves important social functions in species that school and flock, far less is known about the role of UV colorati...

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