Group cohesiveness & individual effort
OCTOBER 1, 2016
The change in the behavioral state of one animal affects and is affected by that of all other animals in the group, no matter how large the group is. It turns out that “Interacting with six or seven neighbors optimizes the balance between group cohesiveness and individual effort”. The post Group cohesiveness & individual effort appeared first on Cognitive Edge. I’ll never forget the first time I saw the murmuration of starlings.