Scientists prove how genetics change behavior by studying worms’ foraging strategies

Monday, October 31, 2016 - 11:11 in Psychology & Sociology

Like all animals, C. elegans worms pay attention to their peers and can adjust their behavior in response to competition. Neuroscientists have discovered a genetic component of this social phenomenon, providing concrete biological evidence for game theory. More »

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