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Aggression, predictability of the environment, and self-regulation: Reconciliation with animal research

Aggression, predictability of the environment, and self-regulation: Reconciliation with animal research

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40: E97

Apparently inconsistent with the CLASH model, animal research relates predictable environments to rigid routine behaviors and aggression. However, our work on evolutionary and neural adaptations to (un)predictable environments may be able to reconcile the CLASH model with the animal research, but also suggests complexities beyond the dichotomous approach of CLASH.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0140525x16001229

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