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Yuko Ikkatai, Shigeru Watanabe and Ei-Ichi Izawa

relationship level (Aureli et al., 2002 ). Post-conflict affiliation (PC-affiliation) is a strategy by which combatants show socio-positive interactions with former opponents or with non-combatant bystanders; this is referred to as ‘reconciliation’ or ‘third-party affiliation’ respectively. Specifically

Gabriele Schino

RECONCILIATION IN DOMESTIC GOATS by GABRIELE SCHIN0 1 ,2) (Sezione Miglioramento delle Produzioni Animali, SP 028, Dipartimento Innovazione, C.R. Casaccia, ENEA, S.P. Anguillarese 301, 00060 Roma, Italy) (Acc. 15-XII-1997) Summary The aim of this study was to test whether domestic goats (Capra

Zanna Clay and Frans B.M. de Waal

in bonobos. Following aggressive conflicts, former opponents often engage in various forms of affiliative contacts, a reparative process known as reconciliation (de Waal & van Roosmalen, 1979; de Waal & Aureli, 1996; Arnold et al., 2001 ). In bonobos, these contacts are more often sexual in nature

Hans C. Veenema, Jan A.R.A.M. Van Hooff, Filippo Aureli and Carel J. Van Panthaleon Van Eck

RECONCILIATION, CONSOLATION, AND REDIRECTION IN JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA) by FILIPPO AURELI, HANS C. VEENEMA, CAREL J. VAN PANTHALEON VAN ECK, and JAN A. R. A. M. VAN HOOFF1) (Ethology and Socio-ecology, University of Utrecht, P.O. Box 80086, 3508 TB Utrecht, The Netherlands) (With 5

Christine E. Webb and Peter Verbeek

unexplored. In particular, conflict and post-conflict behaviours represent a social domain in which stable individual or ‘personality’ differences have rarely been a focus. When it comes to research across species, this trend is particularly evident in reconciliation behaviour. Conflict, a pervasive and

Giada Cordoni, Elisa Demuru, Enrico Ceccarelli and Elisabetta Palagi

et al., 2010 ). Here, we aimed to investigate aggressive conflicts (defined as any action in which a child bites, kicks, hits, or otherwise physically hurts another child, Verbeek & de Waal, 2001 ) and reconciliation, within the context of play in preschool children ranging from 3 to 5 years of

Zanna Clay, Takeshi Furuichi and Frans B.M. de Waal

friendly reunions between former opponents (‘reconciliation’, de Waal & van Roosmalen, 1979), the offering of friendly contact by bystanders to reduce a former opponent’ distress (‘consolation’, de Waal & van Roosmalen, 1979) and impartial interventions of bystanders to break-up on-going conflicts

Frans B.M. De Waal and Deborah Yoshihara

RECONCILIATION AND REDIRECTED AFFECTION IN RHESUS MONKEYS by FRANS B. M. DE WAAL and DEBORAH YOSHIHARA1) (Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, Madison, WI, U.S.A.) (With 3 Figures) (Acc. 15.I.1983) Introduction The occurrence of reconciliations among chimpanzees, reported by DE WAAL

Demaria and Thierry

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RECONCILIATION IN RHESUS AND TONKEAN MACAQUES by C. DEMARIA and B. THIERRY 1,2) (Laboratoire d’Ethologie des Primates, CNRS & Université Louis Pasteur, 7 rue de l’Université, 67000 Strasbourg, France) (Acc. 15-I-2001) Summary Post-con ict afŽ liative contacts between

Robert M. Seyfarth and Dorothy L. Cheney

REDIRECTED AGGRESSION AND RECONCILIATION AMONG VERVET MONKEYS, CERCOPITHECUS AETHIOPS by DOROTHY L. CHENEY and ROBERT M. SEYFARTH1) (Departments of Psychology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, U.S.A. and Institute of Primate Research, National Museums of