Animal Behaviour
Animal Behaviour
Pays Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
Langue anglais
Genre revue scientifique

Propriétaire Academic press
Directeur de publication Louise Barrett, Michael Breed
ISSN 0003-3472


The British Journal of Animal Behaviour (en français la revue britannique du comportement animal) ou plus simplement connu sous le nom de Animal Behaviour est une revue scientifique d'éthologie à comité de lecture du Royaume-Uni publié par l'Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour en collaboration avec la Animal Behavior Society.

Cette revue éditée en anglais a été fondée en 1953. Ses sujets de prédilection sont :

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