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Dr Mike Webster

Dr Mike Webster
Lecturer in Behavioural and Evolutionary Biology


 

My research is concerned with the functions and evolution of social behaviour in animals. I’m particularly interested in how groups are organised, how animals interact and acquire information from one another, and in how individual behaviour affects and is affected by that of the group. For the most part I use shoaling fishes and aquatic crustaceans as study systems for understanding more general aspects of social behaviour.

For more information and a full list of publications please see my other site.

source: symbiosis

 

5 (of 5 published available) for mmw1 with keyword MECHANISMS clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Experience and motivation shape leader-follower interactions in fish shoals Michael Munro Webster
Behavioral Ecology 2017 vol.28 pp.77-84
Social information use and social learning in non-grouping fishes Michael Munro Webster, Kevin Neville Laland
Behavioural Ecology 2017 vol.28 pp.1547-1552
Sociality Ashley JW Ward, Michael Munro Webster
2016
Sticklebacks show consistent prey-share hierarchies within but not between patchy and sequential prey distributions Daisy EF Taylor, Daniel Cownden, Michael Munro Webster
Journal of Zoology 2016 vol.300 pp.137-141

Contact

The Secretary
Scottish Oceans Institute
Institiud Chuantan na h-Alba
Gatty Marine Laboratory
East Sands St Andrews
KY16 8LB
Scotland
UK

tel: +44 (0) 1334 463472
fax: +44 (0) 1334 463443
email: soi@st-andrews.ac.uk

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