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Statistically significant behavioral transitions at 1 and 3 days of age.

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posted on 2014-04-08, 03:52 authored by Darrell Moore, Caleb Paquette, J. Dylan Shropshire, Edith Seier, Karl H. Joplin

Kinematic diagrams illustrating behavioral transitions that occurred more often than predicted by chance on days of age 1 and 3. Arrows indicate the direction of the transition. Three levels of arrow thickness, from smallest to largest, denote the degree of departure from randomness based on Freeman-Tukey values of 1–5 (black), 5–10 (orange), and >10 (red). Closed squares indicate high-intensity aggressive behaviors; open squares, low-intensity aggressive behaviors; triangles, non-interactive behaviors; circles, interactive, non-aggressive behaviors. Five sizes of symbols represent the relative frequency of occurrence of each particular behavior with respect to the entirety of behaviors for that age group: <1%, 1–5%, 5–10%, 10–15%, and >15%.