By the end of this lab, you will be able to:
- Explain cricket interactions in territory defense situations.
- Explain the Residency Effect.
- Recognize territory defense wins, draws, and losses.
- Allign this anecdotal data pool with greater "Residency Effect" studies.
- Observe cricket interactions.
- Record the resident cricket's wins, draws, and losses accurately.
- Consider the alignment of this anecdotal data pool with the greater "residency effect" studies from your reading (do you accept this theory?).
- Compare your data with other classmates.
- Submit your data report on Blackboard
What To Do:
On the next page you will see a struggle between two crickets. The participant with the red dot is the resident, and has been living in this space for 2 days. The other cricket was just introduced.
Click the Win, Draw, and Loss buttons each time you see such a state for the resident cricket.
Here is what those states look like:
Ready to begin? Click the next button below.