For example, subtle, playful behavior such as superficial shyness arouses curiosity and can increase the interest of potential sexual partners. Until now, research has mostly assumed that the males who are most successful in courtship are those who make a massive appearance.
Choreography of the approach
“Similar to human music or theater, courtship displays can be real performances,” says Leonida Fusani, head of the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Comparative Behavioral Research at Vetmeduni. The way such displays unfolded represents a promising and new direction for the study of courtship behavior. For example, according to scientist Thomas MacGillavry, “very intense movements are often coupled with more subtle components such as static postures or hide-and-seek games.”
The fact that such aspects have so far been underrepresented in research is due to the fact that behaviors are traditionally broken down into their components and not seen in their entirety.
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