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  1. Psychopathy and behavior problems: A comparison of incarcerated male and female juvenile delinquents

    Pechorro, Pedro Fernandes dos Santos; Vieira, Duarte Nuno; Poiares, Carlos Alberto
    The objective of the present study was to compare incarcerated male and female juvenile offenders regarding psychopathic traits, behavior problems, psychopathy taxon, conduct disorder, self-reported delinquent behavior, and crime seriousness. Within a total forensic sample of 261 detainee participants, subdivided in a male group (n=217) and a female group (n=44), statistically significant differences were found. Female juvenile offenders showless callous–unemotional traits,more emotional symptoms,more prosocial behaviors, less self-reported delinquent behavior, and lower crime seriousness. Conduct disorder prevalence was very high, but no statistically significant gender differences were found. The predictive importance of psychopathic traits, behavior problems, psychopathy taxon, and conduct disorder for the prediction...

  2. a volta

    silva, maria

  3. Social cues in the expression of sequential alternative reproductive tactics in young males of the peacock blenny, Salaria pavo

    Fagundes, Teresa; Simões, Mariana G.; Gonçalves, David; Oliveira, Rui Filipe
    Phenotypic change in response to variation in environmental cues has been widely documented in fish. Transitions in social dominance, in particular, have been shown to induce a rapid switch in reproductive phenotypes in many species. However, this effect has been mainly studied in adults and focused on behavioural transitions. The way social cues constraint the phenotypic development of juveniles remains poorly studied in fish. We tested the importance of social dominance and density in the phenotypic development of juveniles of the peacock blenny Salaria pavo. This species shows sequential male alternative reproductive tactics. In the first breeding season males can reproduce as nest-holders or as parasitic...

  4. Interpopulational variation of the mating system in the peacock blenny Salaria pavo

    Saraiva, João Luis Vargas de Almeida; Pignolo, Giulia; Gonçalves, David; Oliveira, Rui Filipe
    The ecology and mating system of two populations of the peacock blenny Salaria pavo that have been reported to differ in sexual behaviour were studied. In the Gulf of Trieste, a northern Adriatic Sea population lives in rocky shores, whilst in the Ria Formosa, an Atlantic population inhabits a coastal lagoon with sandy barrier islands. In the Gulf of Trieste, nest availability was found to be higher and nest aggregation lower than in Ria Formosa. Nesting males courted females more and in higher proportion, and inversely, females directed less courtship displays towards nest holders in the Gulf of Trieste than in Ria Formosa. The relative frequency of small female-like males that reproduce...

  5. Homing in rocky intertidal fish. Are Lipophrys pholis L. able to perform true navigation?

    Jorge, Paulo; Almada, Frederico; Gonçalves, Ana Sofia Ribeiro; Coelho, Pedro Duarte; Almada, Vítor Carvalho
    Although navigation is common in many animals, only a few perform true navigation, meaning that they have the ability to return to a given place by relying on indirect cues obtained at the release site (i.e., by relying on information from a ‘‘map and compass’’ mechanism). The common intertidal fish, Lipophrys pholis, is thought to have homing abilities through a mechanism that primarily makes use of familiar landmarks (i.e., piloting). Anecdotal reports that individuals return to their home pools after release at unfamiliar sites suggest that L. pholis might use cues collected at the release site to find their way back (i.e., they might use map and compass information). Using a...

  6. Genetic structure and historical demography of the shanny Lipophrys pholis in the Portuguese coast based on mitochondrial DNA analysis

    Francisco, Sara Martins; Vieira, Maria Natividade; Almada, Vítor Carvalho
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  7. Postconflict behaviour in brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)

    Daniel, João Rodrigo; Santos, António José; Cruz, Mónica Guimarães
    Postconflict affiliation has been mostly studied in Old World primates, and we still lack comparative research to understand completely the functional value of reconciliation. Cebus species display great variability in social characteristics, thereby providing a great opportunity for comparative studies. We recorded 190 agonistic interactions and subsequent postconflict behaviour in a captive group of brown capuchin monkeys ( Cebus apella) . Only 26.8% of these conflicts were reconciled. Reconciliation was more likely to occur between opponents that supported each other more frequently and that spent more time together. Postconflict anxiety was mostly determined by conflict intensity, and none of the variables thought to measure relationship quality had a...

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