Sequence of quorums during collective decision making in macaques

  title={Sequence of quorums during collective decision making in macaques},
  author={C{\'e}dric Sueur and Jean-Louis Deneubourg and Odile Petit},
  journal={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology},
Synchronization of activity is one of the major challenges of any society, and to what extent social animals reach a consensus still remains to be established. In the case of group movements, recent studies have underlined the importance of the pre-departure period and suggested that some individuals in a group express their motivation to move by showing a preference for a specific direction. However, how do other group members really choose the time and direction of movement? This study shows… CONTINUE READING
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