Reconciliation, relationship quality, and postconflict anxiety: testing the integrated hypothesis in captive chimpanzees.

@article{Koski2007ReconciliationRQ,
  title={Reconciliation, relationship quality, and postconflict anxiety: testing the integrated hypothesis in captive chimpanzees.},
  author={Sonja E. Koski and Kathelijne Koops and E H M Sterck},
  journal={American journal of primatology},
  year={2007},
  volume={69 2},
  pages={158-72}
}
Reconciliation is a conflict resolution mechanism that is common to many gregarious species with individualized societies. Reconciliation repairs the damaged relationship between the opponents and decreases postconflict (PC) anxiety. The "integrated hypothesis" links the quality of the opponents' relationship to PC anxiety, since it proposes that conflicts among partners with high relationship quality will yield high levels of PC anxiety, which in turn will lead to an increased likelihood of… CONTINUE READING

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