Hierarchy in the organization of a captive baboon group.

@article{Rowell1966HierarchyIT,
  title={Hierarchy in the organization of a captive baboon group.},
  author={Tracy Rowell},
  journal={Animal behaviour},
  year={1966},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={
          430-43
        }
}
Summary o 1. The hierarchical organization of small artificial groups of captive monkeys is regarded as the expression of a continuous learning process. 2. Only social interactions of the approach/retreat pattern can be used to determine rank, but others may be secondarily related. 3. The interactions of eleven adult and subadults in a breeding group of Papis anubis during 300 hr of observation were analysed. 4. Twenty-one behaviour patterns are considered in terms of the direction in which… CONTINUE READING

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