Miles’ newest paper was published in Animal Cognition this month. Miles found that individual differences in behavior were predictive of how well stickleback performed on a reversal learning task, and that these patterns of correlation suggest there are cognitive trade-off between how individuals cope with environmental change/stressors (i.e., coping styles). Proactive individuals that were more …
Jenn Hellmann and Sarah Donelan took the lead on writing this new paper with a team of collaborators; the synthesis provides a framework for understanding the significance of transgenerational plasticity in human-altered environments .
Abbas’ paper on the neurogenomic dynamics of fatherhood was published in Nature Communications! For an associated blog post with musings about its implications for “anthropo-arrogance” and sexism click here.
This article was super fun to write and think about. Check it out here!