Group-level differences in social network structure remain repeatable after accounting for environmental drivers

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Royal Society Open Science. Royal Society of London. 2023, 10(7), 230340. eISSN 2054-5703. Available under: doi: 10.1098/rsos.230340
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Individuals show consistent between-individual behavioural variation when they interact with conspecifics or heterospecifics. Such patterns might underlie emergent group-specific behavioural patterns and between-group behavioural differences. However, little is known about (i) how social and non-social drivers (external drivers) shape group-level social structures and (ii) whether animal groups show consistent between-group differences in social structure after accounting for external drivers. We used automated tracking to quantify daily social interactions and association networks in 12 colonies of zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). We quantified the effects of five external drivers (group size, group composition, ecological factors, physical environments and methodological differences) on daily interaction and association networks and tested whether colonies expressed consistent differences in day-to-day network structure after controlling for these drivers. Overall, we found that external drivers contribute significantly to network structure. However, even after accounting for the contribution of external drivers, there remained significant support for consistent between-group differences in both interaction (repeatability R: up to 0.493) and association (repeatability R: up to 0.736) network structures. Our study demonstrates how group-level differences in social behaviour can be partitioned into different drivers of variation, with consistent contributions from both social and non-social factors.

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ISO 690OGINO, Mina, Adriana A. MALDONADO CHAPARRO, Lucy M. APLIN, Damien R. FARINE, 2023. Group-level differences in social network structure remain repeatable after accounting for environmental drivers. In: Royal Society Open Science. Royal Society of London. 2023, 10(7), 230340. eISSN 2054-5703. Available under: doi: 10.1098/rsos.230340
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@article{Ogino2023Group-67420,
  year={2023},
  doi={10.1098/rsos.230340},
  title={Group-level differences in social network structure remain repeatable after accounting for environmental drivers},
  number={7},
  volume={10},
  journal={Royal Society Open Science},
  author={Ogino, Mina and Maldonado Chaparro, Adriana A. and Aplin, Lucy M. and Farine, Damien R.},
  note={Article Number: 230340}
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