[Co-housing in the group with stable hierarchy is not aversive for dominant and subordinate animals].


Behaviour of individuals and their responses to external stimuli are controlled by the micro-social environment in which most mammals are subject to dominant-subordinate relations. Physiological (pain sensitivity, immunological data: thymus and spleen weight, first immunological response) and behavioural (locomotor activity, shuttle-box behaviour) signs… (More)


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