A study of the relationships between animal behavior, ecology and evolution. Topics include: behavioral genetics and learning; mating systems, reproductive strategies and parental investment; foraging behavior, predation and competition; social groups and communication.
Prerequisite(s):Biology 3436F/G or Psychology 3221F/G and either completion of at least 1.5 Biology courses from the 3000 level or above, or registration in year 4 of the Honors Specialization in Animal Behaviour.
Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/seminar hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: BIOLOGY
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