Self-Protective Function of Post-Conflict Bystander Affiliation in Mandrills

@inproceedings{Schino2012SelfProtectiveFO,
  title={Self-Protective Function of Post-Conflict Bystander Affiliation in Mandrills},
  author={Gabriele Schino and Claudia Marini},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Affiliative interactions exchanged between victims of aggression and individuals not involved in the original aggression (bystanders) have been observed in various species. Three hypothetical functions have been proposed for these interactions: consolation, self-protection and substitute reconciliation, but data to test them are scanty… CONTINUE READING