Birds are key model organisms that helped behavioral biologists address a wide range of ecological and evolutionary questions. This chapter provides a historical overview of, and recent advances in, avian personality research. It also discusses the causes of genetic behavioral variation, the developmental aspects of personality, animal welfare and husbandry, and differential fitness effects.
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