Postconflict Affiliation and Stress-Related Behavior of Long-Tailed Macaque Aggressors

@article{Das2004PostconflictAA,
  title={Postconflict Affiliation and Stress-Related Behavior of Long-Tailed Macaque Aggressors},
  author={Marjolijn Das and Zsuzsa Penke and Jan A. R. A. M. Van Hooff},
  journal={International Journal of Primatology},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={53-71}
}
Previous studies on macaques and baboons showed that after agonistic conflicts aggressees as well as aggressors show an increase in stress-related behavior such as scratching. Reconciliation reduces stress-related behavior of the aggressee. We investigated the influence of various affiliative postconflict behaviors of the aggressor on the aggressor's scratching rates in captive long-tailed macaques: reconciliation, contacts with the aggressee's kin (or substitute reconciliation), and contact… 
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