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On Assessing the Bases of Partner Preferences

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If individual X spends more time with A than with B, is it because X approaches A more than he approaches B, or because he avoids A less than he avoids B, or because A approaches X more than B approaches X, or A avoids X less than B avoids X? Or is it due to some combination of these possibilities ? A method for discriminating between these possibilities is presented and discussed.

Affiliations: 1: MRC Unit on the Development and Integration of Behaviour, University Sub-Depart-ment of Animal Behaviour, Madingley, Cambridge, England

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2016-09-26

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