This book is based on the sixth workshop of the International School of Ethology at the Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture, Italy, in 1992. Papers presented at the workshop have been rewritten so that they clearly and logically explain the developments in each topic. A variety of subjects are covered amongst which are: Individual Development of Flavour Preferences; Social Learning of Food Preferences; Social Learning of Feeding Skills and Rodent Control. Contributions from the leading experts worldwide have been included to form this comprehensive and valuable book. Behavioral Aspects of Feeding will be of great interest to all research scientists in this area of psychology and animal behavior.