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Folia Primatol (2017) 88 (4): 358–383.
Published Online: 18 October 2017
... bonded society. Contrary to other Asian colobines, R . bieti were comparatively social, with grooming occupying 7.3% of the time. Social grooming was primarily a female affair, but males also participated in grooming networks. The integration of males into the social network of the OMU is thought to help...
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Folia Primatol (2017) 88 (2): 210–222.
Published Online: 12 August 2017
...Colin M. Brand; Linda F. Marchant; Klaree J. Boose; Frances J. White; Tabatha M. Rood; Audra Meinelt Humans exhibit population level handedness for the right hand; however, the evolution of this behavioral phenotype is poorly understood. Here, we compared the laterality of a simple task (grooming...
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Folia Primatol (2016) 86 (6): 491–505.
Published Online: 29 January 2016
..., neither could account for the observed occurrences of unrelated infant handling by dominant females. Macaca cyclopis Allomothering Sex differences Grooming Mother-infant relationship We declare that the field research did not involve capturing or handling monkeys and complied...
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Folia Primatol (2014) 85 (3): 178–191.
Published Online: 04 July 2014
...Anna H. Weyher; Jane E. Phillips-Conroy; Marc S. Fourrier; Clifford J. Jolly The behavior of the Central African Kinda baboon (Papio kindae) is not well documented. Having previously noted distinctive grooming behavior in several Kinda baboon populations, we investigated the topic more...
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Folia Primatol (2011) 82 (3): 131–142.
Published Online: 12 October 2011
... revision: July 18, 2011 Published online: October 12, 2011 Influence of Different Light Intensities on the Daily Grooming Distribution of Common Marmosets Callithrix jacchus Rosane M.S. Lampert Carolina V.M. de Azevedo Alexandre A.L. Menezes Laboratório de Cronobiologia, Departamento de Fisiologia, Centro...
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Folia Primatol (1994) 63 (2): 63–70.
Published Online: 16 September 2008
... animals/ha) with a relatively low adult male to female ratio (1:8.8). Focal and ad libitum samples were collected on 32 adults (3 males and 29 females) from two groups. Although infrequent, grooming was observed between adult females from different groups, and alpha females were the main participants...
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Folia Primatol (1995) 65 (1): 30–33.
Published Online: 16 September 2008
...M. Butovskaya; A. Kozintsev; C. Welker Brief Report Folia Primatol 1995:65:30-33 © 1996 S. Karger AG. Basel 0015 -5 7 13/95/0651-0030 $ 10.00/0 Grooming and Social Rank by Birth: The Case of Macaca fascicularis M. Butovskaya1', A. Kozintsevh, C. Welker' a Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology...
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Folia Primatol (1992) 59 (4): 217–220.
Published Online: 12 September 2008
... mouse lemurs. avoid any competition for food. Water is freely avail­ aEbalceEh. acohf pthaeir i2s0obosbesrevrevdat4iotnimpeesraiowdseeklasftosr 520wemekins.. divided into 10 intervals of 2 min each. 4 preselected social behaviours are recorded according to the one- zero sampling method [9]: grooming...
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Folia Primatol (1993) 60 (4): 210–224.
Published Online: 12 September 2008
... in any of the 3 species. Animals preferred to groom relatives significantly more frequently only in the M. mulatta group. A kin effect was clearly expressed in the choice of objects of support in aggressive conflicts in M. mulatta and M. fascicularis, whereas in M. arctoides such an effect was absent...
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Folia Primatol (1991) 57 (3): 121–131.
Published Online: 12 September 2008
...R.I.M. Dunbar Frequencies of social grooming recorded from 44 species of free-living primates correlate with group size but not body size. This is interpreted as evidence for the social function of grooming and against the purely hygienic function. However, there is some evidence to suggest...
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Folia Primatol (1986) 46 (4): 215–234.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
...] model of rank-related grooming and to investigate two other possible determinants of social bonding, i.e. relative age and the group’s stratification into two social classes. Data on affiliation, coalitions, and social competition were collected by means of both focal observation and instantaneous time...
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Folia Primatol (1988) 50 (1-2): 109–123.
Published Online: 11 September 2008
...Toshisada Nishida Grooming between female chimpanzees and their offspring was studied in the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Infants under 2 years of age rarely groomed their mothers, and mostly groomed accessible parts of their mothers’ bodies, if they did so. Most older adolescents reciprocated...
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Folia Primatol (1976) 25 (2-3): 122–142.
Published Online: 10 September 2008
... and grooming. The direction and nature of agonistic interactions was predominantly intersexual and involved frequent attacks by single or multiple males against females. Comparisons with a feral population of spider monkeys (Ateles belzebuth) revealed marked similarities in spatial affinities and patterns...
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Folia Primatol (1977) 27 (1): 1–27.
Published Online: 10 September 2008
...Jaclyn H. Wolfheim Grooming and avoiding scores were used as measures of the attractive and repulsive forces operating in a group of eight monkeys. The results revealed: (1) three unisexual grooming subgroups; (2) two focal monkeys (one ♀ and one ♂) which were each avoided by five animals, one...
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Folia Primatol (1978) 29 (2): 142–160.
Published Online: 10 September 2008
...Peter M. Waser The survival and behavior of a postreproductive free-ranging female Cercocebus albigena is documented; her patterns of grooming, aggression, and other social and spatial relationships with members of her group are described and compared with those of other, cycling, females...
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Folia Primatol (1971) 15 (1-2): 36–57.
Published Online: 09 September 2008
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Papio ursinus Dominance Individual differences Sexual behaviour Grooming Aggression troop Leadership Folia primat. 15: 36-57 (1971) Behaviour of the Adult Males in a Troop of Free-ranging Chacma Baboons (Papio ursinus) G. S...
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Folia Primatol (1971) 14 (3-4): 171–181.
Published Online: 09 September 2008
...Pamela Roberts The grooming, play, sexual and other encounters among a group of 8 Galago crassicaudatus were recorded over a 5-week period. No clear-cut patterns of dominance or territoriality emerged. Individual preferences and aversions among the animals were evident, and such idiosyncrasies may...
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Folia Primatol (1974) 22 (1): 1–8.
Published Online: 09 September 2008
..., and they groomed each other more than aimiri . Tail-twining between cagemates occurred only in Callicebus . ocomotor activity was less in Callicebus and the activity levels of agemates were more highly correlated. The findings are congruent with the family-type form of social organization described for Callicebus...
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Folia Primatol (2005) 76 (4): 231–233.
Published Online: 15 July 2005
..., Bonn and Max-Planck-Institut für Verhaltensphysiologie, Seewiesen, Germany (1998/1999) Key Words Japanese monkeys ` Activity patterns ` Age ` Males ` Feeding ` Moving ` Grooming ` Resting Investigations concerning the activity patterns of wild male Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata yakui) were conducted...
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Folia Primatol (2004) 75 (3): 160–164.
Published Online: 08 July 2004
... and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Mandrills Self-scratching Grooming Dominance Communication Brief Report Folia Primatol 2004;75:160 164 DOI...