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When analyzing movement in sports, there is more that matters than the way players handle their rackets or hockey sticks.
At the Max Planck Institute in Germany, Groneberg and colleagues researched one of the neural bases for behavior in Danio rerio. They showed that larval zebrafish execute approach reactions followed by a form of positive taxis and gradual motion damping in response to water flows. That might sound complicated, but what it basically means is that zebrafish larvae are able to detect minute movement in the water and respond in a stereotypical way.
Researcher Catherine Fairbairn and colleagues observed drinking behavior in a social context. They set out to investigate the relationship between drinking an alcoholic beverage in a group and the level of emotional contagion (spreading of smiles).
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