Dominance hierarchies in monkeys View Full Text


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DATE

1967-07

AUTHORS

W. F. Angermeier, John B. Phelps, M. Oreste, Harry Davis, H. H. Reynolds

ABSTRACT

Dominance tests were performed on 28–30 month-old male rhesus monkeys, reared from the age of 2 to 4 months under four different conditions of social and perceptual interaction. In tests which matched three Ss (each one from a different rearing and living condition), it was shown that the previously achieved dominance status was the most important and only significant factor which influences the formation of a new dominance hierarchy. When cagemates from one condition were matched with cagemates from the other condition, it was found that weight and the presence of a cagemate are significant determinants of the new dominance hierarchy. Cagemates always seem to act in concert. More... »

PAGES

435-436

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TITLE

Psychonomic Science

ISSUE

7

VOLUME

9

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03330883

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