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Fig. 3

From: Effects of the social environment during adolescence on the development of social behaviour, hormones and morphology in male zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)

Fig. 3

Social interactions during adolescence. Males reared in groups initiated more social interactions than males from juvenile pairs and b differed from them with regard to how received social interactions changed as they matured. Furthermore, group males differed from each other with regard to how the frequency of interactions a initiated and b received changed during development. For details, see text. Shown are means ± SE for each age and lines from the model with the best fit. Sample sizes are shown directly above the x-axis

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