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POST-CONFLICT BEHAVIOUR OF WILD CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES SCHWEINFURTHII) IN THE BUDONGO FOREST, UGANDA by KATE ARNOLD 1) and ANDREW WHITEN 2) (Scottish Primate Research Group, School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9JU, Scotland) (Acc. 17-IV-2001) Summary

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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

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(de Waal, 1987, 1992; Manson et al., 1997 ; Hohmann & Fruth, 2000 ; Palagi et al., 2004 ), although various post-conflict behaviours are used in primates and other animals (e.g., de Waal, 1989; Fraser et al., 2008 ). For instance, chimpanzees reconcile primarily using embrace, kissing, ‘finger in

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towards valuable social partners and they did not confer obvious reproductive benefits; nor were they used to mediate food-related conflicts. Overall, results highlight the role of sex in regulating tension and social conflicts in bonobos. Keywords post-conflict behaviour, consolation, reconciliation

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). Oxford University Press , Oxford , p.  608 - 625 . Aureli F. van Schaik C.P. ( 1991 ). Post-conflict behaviour in long-tailed macaques ( Macaca fascicularis ): II. Coping with the uncertainty . — Ethology 89 : 101 - 114 . Aureli F. van Schaik C.P. van Hooff J

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Research, University College Chester, Chester, b School of Biological & Earth Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom; c Department of Psychology, California State University San Marcos, San Marcos, Calif., USA Key Words Reconciliation Tamarins Post-conflict behaviour

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, 1992), to my knowledge no quantitative study has yet been published on post- conflict behaviour in a nonprimate. This is all the more surprising, consid- ering that reconciliation has been hypothesised to occur widely in species with individualised cooperative relationships (de Waal, 1989), and that

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139 Pigtail macaques 165, 170, 171, 183 Pistoia Zoological Garden 150 Plant community 179 Platyrrhini 166, 167 Play 181 Playback 160 Poaching 179 Polycose 171 Pongo 124 198 Folia Primatol Vol. 72, No. 3, 2001 Subject Index Population density 142 – genetics 156, 178, 182 – structure 173, 188 Post-conflict

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. Cozzolino R. Cordischi C. Scucchi S. ( 1992 ). Kin-oriented redirection among Japanese macaques: an expression of a revenge system? — Anim. Behav. 44 : 283 - 291 . Aureli F. van Schaik C.P. ( 1991 a). Post-conflict behaviour in long-tailed macaques ( Macaca fascicularis

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multidimensionality of primate conflict resolution. Keywords : chimpanzee, post-conflict behaviour, reconciliation, further aggression, third-party affiliation. 2) Corresponding author’s address: Department of Behavioural Biology, Utrecht University, P.O. Box 80086, 3584 CH Utrecht, The Netherlands, e-mail: koski

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