Agonistic dominance in male baboons: An alternative view

  title={Agonistic dominance in male baboons: An alternative view},
  author={Shirley C. Strum},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
Data on baboons have generated both the concepts normally associated with male dominance hierarchies among primates and the tests of their significance. The priority-of-access model has been used to predict the relationship between dominance rank and resource acquisition. While the correlation between these two factors, or between rank and measures of reproductive success, has varied among different primate species, most recent baboon field-workers have interpreted their results to be… CONTINUE READING
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