Miriam Kuspiel

Miriam Kuspiel
Wageningen University & Research | WUR · Department of Behavioral Ecology

Master of Science

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Introduction
I am interested in the cooperation in animals and am now studying cooperatively breeding birds in southern Africa. I've previously worked on vocal complexity in cooperatively breeding common marmosets and on individual variation in aggressiveness in blue tits.
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The existence of among-individual variation in behaviour within populations is poorly understood. Recent theory suggests that fine-scale individual differences in investment into current versus future reproduction may lead to a ‘slow-fast’-pace-of-life continuum, also referred to as the ‘pace-of-life-syndrome’ (POLS) hypothesis. According to this i...

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