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[When citing this chapter, refer to Behaviour 152 (2015) 259–283] Relationship quality in captive bonobo groups Jeroen M.G. Stevens a,∗, Evelien de Groot a and Nicky Staes a,b a Centre for Research and Conservation, Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp, Koningin Astridplein 20–26, 2018 Antwerp

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( 1978 ) describe social relationships as an emergent property of repeated social interactions between two individuals and can be seen as investments, where individuals are expected to invest more in valuable partners. Following these concepts, Cords & Aureli ( 2000 ) proposed that relationship quality

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strategies and supply base structure Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 21 204 219 Athanasopoulou, P. 2009. Relationship quality: a critical literature review and research agenda. European Journal of Marketing 43(5-6): 583-610. Relationship quality: a critical literature review and research

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In: International Food and Agribusiness Management Review

. Determinants of relationship quality: An artificial neural network analysis. Journal of Business Research, 36, 137-143. Churchill, G.A., 1979. A paradigm for developing better measures of marketing constructs. Journal of Marketing Research, 16 (1), 64-73. Clare, B.G., J.I. Reid and N.M. Shadbolt, 2005

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, Vol. 13, No. 5, pp. 383-406. Buttle, F. (1996), Relationship marketing, in Buttle, F. (Ed.), Relationship Marketing: Theory and Practice, Paul Chapman Publishing, London, UK, pp. 1-16. Buttle, F., P. Naudé, C.G. Myhal and P. Hopkinson, P. (2000), Exploring relationship quality, competitive paper

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In: Journal on Chain and Network Science

ASSESSING RELATIONSHIP QUALITY AND SOCIAL ANXIETY AMONG WILD CHIMPANZEES USING SELF-DIRECTED BEHAVIOUR by NOBUYUKI KUTSUKAKE 1,2) (Department of Cognitive and Behavioral Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, 3-8-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku Tokyo 153-8902, Japan) (Acc

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Using an indigenous model of Chinese brand relationship quality (CBRQ), the author analyzes the transfer phenomenon of the time-honored brand equity between parents and children from the perspective of combining intergenerational influence and brand equity. Results show that the time-honored brand equity from parents basically has no way to pass on to their children besides trust. Moreover, the positive relationships between parents and the time-honored brands are even destroyed to some extent. Implications related to the revitalization of the time-honored brands are also discussed.

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The aim of this research is to develop a new evaluation approach based on a brand relationship index model (BRI model), which includes a three stage study on the indicator system; indicator weight; and indicator integration. Based on brand identity theory and interpersonal relationship theory, four-brand relationship participants and three-brand relationship natures are put forward to make up a hypothesis of twelve-dimension brand relationships. Through a series of empirical studies based on exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), a five-dimension structure of brand relationships is obtained, which is the basis of the indicator system. Indicator weight is calculated by the normalization of path coefficients derived from a second order factor analysis of the five dimensions. Indicator integration is based on the Weighted Sum method. Based on these three ingredients, the brand relationship index (BRI) model is developed. According to analysis of data on ten mobile phone brands, the BRI model is tested.

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The purpose of the paper is to measure perceived performance of bilateral relationships in the chain. Therefore, quantitative data were collected from 270 chain members from 3 EU countries in 6 traditional food product categories. First, perceived performance of bilateral relationships was analysed which revealed a generally high perceived contribution of each chain member to its partners’ performance. Second, cluster analysis was conducted resulting in 4 clusters: 1) Low performing chains; 2) Low perceived food manufacturer’s (FM) performance by supplier (S) and customer (C); 3) High perceived FM performance by S and C; 4) High performing chains. Third, binary logistic regression was used to identify 7 relationship constructs that significantly predict cluster membership: trust, economic satisfaction, social satisfaction, dependency, coercive power, reputation, conflict and integration.

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scientist describe the same phenomenon, and the use of the term friendship for animals seems justified. Keywords : close social associations, friendship, social benefits, relationship quality, coopera- tion, reciprocal altruism. 4) Corresponding author’s e-mail address: jorgmassen@gmail.com © Koninklijke

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