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“…Following the approach of Nitzan & Paroush [33], Pérez-Escudero & de Polavieja [34] and Perreault et al [35], we determine a weighting of social and personal information by noting that, for each individual i, an optimal strategy is one for which,…”
Section: Optimal Individual Decision-makingmentioning
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“…Following the approach of Nitzan & Paroush [33], Pérez-Escudero & de Polavieja [34] and Perreault et al [35], we determine a weighting of social and personal information by noting that, for each individual i, an optimal strategy is one for which,…”
Section: Optimal Individual Decision-makingmentioning
“…[5,23,81]). Such learning biases affect the probability that information will be transmitted from one individual to another [9], and thus the interplay between behaviour, information flow and network structure. The effect of some of these processes on information flow has been investigated using simulated non-human social networks [46].…”
Section: Conformism and Symbolic Markingmentioning
“…In such cases, environmentally induced phenotypic plasticity [4] through learning [5] may emerge as a more efficient solution [6]. Individuals regulate their behaviour by tracking the environment as it changes and/or by tracking their conspecifics' behaviour [7][8][9]. The former, individual learning, is an asocial trial-and-error strategy that may be time-consuming, energetically costly or risky; the latter defines social learning, a non-genetic mechanism of information transfer [5,10,11].…”
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“…What is the perceived efficacy of the socially demonstrated option? ; see Kendal et al, 2009;Perreault, Moya, & Boyd, 2012;Rieucau & Giraldeau, 2011).…”
Section: Human Conformity Revisitedmentioning