Volume 12 Supplement 1
New Perspectives in Behavioural Development: Adaptive Shaping of Behaviour over a Lifetime?
Edited by Fritz Trillmich, Norbert Sachser, Caroline Müller and Klaus Reinhold
Publication charges for this collection were funded by the German Research Foundation (FOR 1232) and the Open Access Publication Fund of Bielefeld and Munster University. Articles originate from the workshop 'New Perspectives in Behavioural Development: Adaptive Shaping of Behaviour over a Lifetime?' and have undergone the journal's standard peer review process for supplements. The Supplement Editors declare they have no competing interests.
New Perspectives in Behavioural Development: Adaptive Shaping of Behaviour over a Lifetime?. Go to conference site.
Bielefeld, Germany29 September - 1 October 2014
Figure Caption: Images capture and convey perspectives without the shroud of semantics that may limit their understanding. Depicted are three fused Klein bottles. This boundary-free topology illustrates the continuous nature of genes, environment, and development as proposed by Hogben. Figure courtesy of Jos Leys. See article by Crews et al., article S21 in this supplement.
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