Consistency of dominance rank order: a comparison of David's Scores with I&SI and Bayesian methods in macaques.

Abstract

In nonhuman primate social groups, dominance ranks are usually assigned to individuals based on outcomes of dyadic agonistic encounters. Multiple approaches have been used, but currently there is no consensus. One approach, David's Scores (DS), offers dual advantages of yielding cardinal scores that may in turn be used to compute hierarchical steepness… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajp.22160

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