Prepared Contributions for Discussion of Session II: Space and Contact Behavior
I have been concerned with social relations between social groups of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). My studies have a distinct relationship with the major topics of the first two sessions of the Symposium, even though spatial parameters per se have not been the data of choice; instead, social interactions have been recorded.
KeywordsHome Range Rhesus Monkey MONGOLIAN Gerbil Play Session Intergroup Contact
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