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2018 | 67 | 2 | 275-285
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Osobowość u ptaków - założenia teoretyczne, kierunki i metody badań

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Personality in birds - theretical assumptions, directions and methods of research
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W latach 90. XX w. nastąpił intensywny rozwój badań nad osobowością zwierząt, w których szczególnie często wykorzystanym modelem są ptaki. Opisano wiele wyznaczników osobowości u różnych gatunków, wśród których zwykle analizuje się sposób eksploracji środowiska, śpiew, poziom agresji, a także morfologiczne wyznaczniki osobowości takie jak ubarwienie. Wciąż jednak badacze borykają się z wieloma problemami, jak choćby efekt kontekstu. Podejmowane są także próby odnalezienia związków pomiędzy osobowością osobnika a doborem płciowym czy sukcesem rozrodczym. Celem niniejszego artykułu jest przedstawienie aktualnego stanu wiedzy na temat osobowości ptaków, a także kierunków przyszłych badań związanych z tym zjawiskiem.
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Since 1990s we have observed intense progress in studies on animal personality, especially on birds treated as a model. Up to date many indicators of personality have been described for different species, among which usually there were analysed: manner of environment exploration, singing, aggression level, and also some morphological indicators, e.g. plumage. Still, researchers are facing many problems such as effect of context. There are also attempts to find relationship between personality and sexual selection, or breeding success. Aim of this article is to show the state of art in birds' personality studies, and directions for future research.
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67
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2
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275-285
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2018
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  • Instytut Zoologii, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu, Wojska Polskiego 71 C, 60-625 Poznań, Polska
  • Institute of Zoology, Poznań University of Life Sciences, 71C Wojska Polskiego Str., 60-625 Poznań, Poland
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