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Adam Cronin and Jeremy Field

Social aggression in an age-dependent dominance hierarchy Adam L. Cronin 1) & Jeremy Field (Depart. of Biology, University College London, Wolfson House, 4 Stephenson Way, London NW1 2HE, UK) (Accepted: 8 May 2007) Summary Social aggression arises from conflicts of interest over reproduction in

Jennifer Trahan

International Criminal Law Review 11 (2011) 49–104 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/157181211X543920 brill.nl/icla International Criminal Law Review Th e Rome Statute’s Amendment on the Crime of Aggression: Negotiations at the Kampala Review Conference Jennifer Trahan * Clinical

Vimalen Reddi

International Criminal Law Review 8 (2008) 655–686 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI 10.1163/157181208X360512 www.brill.nl/icla International Criminal Law Review Th e ICC and the Crime of Aggression: A Need to Reconcile the Prerogatives of the SC, the ICC and the ICJ Vimalen J. Reddi 1

Norberto Asensio, Filippo Aureli, Colleen Schaffner and Amanda Korstjens

Intragroup aggression, fission–fusion dynamics and feeding competition in spider monkeys Norberto Asensio 1,4) , Amanda H. Korstjens 2) , Colleen M. Schaffner 3) & Filippo Aureli 1) ( 1 Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology, School of Biological and Earth Sciences

D. Shallin Busch and John Wingfield

TERRITORIAL AGGRESSION OF A TROPICAL PASSERINE, ZONOTRICHIA CAPENSIS, IN RESPONSE TO A VARIETY OF CONSPECIFIC INTRUDERS by D. SHALLIN BUSCH 1) , JOHN C. WINGFIELD 2) and IGNACIO T. MOORE 3,4) (Department of Biology, University of Washington, USA) (Acc. 8-IX-2004) Summary The expression of

Jeremy Hyman, Melissa Hughes, Stephen Nowicki and William Searcy

examined whether variation in the strength of territory defense corresponds to differences in intrinsic factors such as the age or experience of the territory owner, the extrinsic factor of the level of aggression shown by neighbours, or both. Results indicate that males that previously held territories on

Nicole Bender, Ian M. Hamilton and Dik Heg

group members were small, we would observe some or all of: increased aggression, increased submissive behaviour, increased help by subordinates or avoidance of dominants by subordinates. We created standardised groups each with a breeder male and female and a large and small helper (both males). The

Marc Stewart Wilson and Emma Peden

the observer. For opponents, it may seem motivated by violent male aggression and oppression, redirected social aggression, or predatory aggressive instincts (Adams, 1990 , 1994 ; Causey, 1989 ; Copp, 1975 ; Flynn, 2002 ; Kheel, 1996 ; Luke, 1997 ; 2007 ; Schuller, 1998 ). Hunters shooting at

Ulrike Popp-Baier

Abstract: In social and behavioral sciences, aggression is usually defined as intentional behavior aimed at harming another person, who in turn wants to avoid such harm. A widely acknowledged distinction has been made between hostile aggression (harm as the goal) and instrumental aggression (harm

Ritschl, Dietrich

No single, comprehensive psychological theory of aggression can encompass the various phenomena covered by the term “aggression.” Three theories or groups of theories are most commonly cited, namely, impulse theory, frustration theory, and learning theories. But even this division is finally