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Biology of Social Behavior

This collection of papers explores the biological underpinnings of social behavior through a series of experiments, reviews, and perspectives. These papers include a wide range of species ranging from ants to monkeys and analyzes the biology of social behavior in relation to their epigenetic, ecological, evolutionary, and neuromolecular mechanisms and influences. The novel experimental findings, timely reviews, and unique perspectives will provide important contributions to advance the field of the biology of social behavior. The virtual issue is edited by Karen L. Bales (University of California, Davis) and Sara M. Freeman (Utah State University). See

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