Longitudinal changes of dominance rank among the females of the Koshima group of Japanese monkeys

@article{Mori2006LongitudinalCO,
  title={Longitudinal changes of dominance rank among the females of the Koshima group of Japanese monkeys},
  author={Akio Mori and Kunio Watanabe and Naotsugu Yamaguchi},
  journal={Primates},
  year={2006},
  volume={30},
  pages={147-173}
}
The changes of dominance rank among female Japanese monkeys of the Koshima group over a period of 29 years from 1957 were studied. The dominance rank order was relatively stable in the early population growing phase, while large scale-changes of dominance rank order occurred successively in the phase of population decrease brought about by the severe control of artificial feeding after 1972. Nevertheless, the rank order of several females of the highest status was stable. Furthermore, the… CONTINUE READING
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