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. ( 2013 a). Toward a behavioral ecology of rescue behavior . — Evol. Psychol. 11 : 647 - 664 . Hollis K.L. Nowbahari E. ( 2013 b). A comparative analysis of precision rescue behaviour in sand-dwelling ants . — Anim. Behav. 85 : 537 - 544 . Kingma S

In: Behaviour
Author: Michelle Brown

.H. , eds). Cambridge University Press , Cambridge , p.  27 - 60 . https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511542312.004 . 10.1002/ajp.20286 Vogel , E.R. & Fuentes-Jimenez , A. ( 2006 ). Rescue behavior in white-faced capuchin monkeys during an intergroup attack: support for the infanticide avoidance

In: Behaviour

also effective in coping with the more frequent territorial encounters in Tai than in Gombe (see BOESCH & BOESCH, 1989). On an individual level, Tai chimpanzees respond to any alarm calls with immediate assistance. As illustrated in example 3, this rescue behaviour is a condition for the two social

In: Behaviour
Author: M. K. Neville

off with her arm. 5 min later, this infant was seen mounted in the clas­ sic dorsal position. In another troop a female pushed an infant off her ven­ trum before a move within a tree. There were no opportunities for the how­ lers to demonstrate the dramatic rescuing behavior described by Carpenter

In: Folia Primatologica

. 58: 333-344. Vogel, E.R. & Fuentes-Jiménez, A. (2006). Rescue behaviour in white-faced capuchin mon- keys during an intergroup attack: support for the infanticide avoidance hypothesis. — Am. J. Primatol. 68: 1012-1016. Vogel, E.R. & Janson, C.H. (2007). Predicting the frequency of food

In: Behaviour
Author: Don Ambrose

group distinctions when they engage in rescuing behavior, even at the cost of their own safety. At a fundamental level they simply see outsiders as part of the same macro-identity group—the human race. In contrast, particularists may be kind and generous toward others as long as they share their

In: The Roeper School

societies are helpless, and that complicity was the only alter- native left to those overrun by the Nazi juggernaut. Rescuers' behavior belies the rationalizations of the bystanders..." (pp. ix). "Most importantly," Schulweis con- cludes, the Oliners' findings should "stimulate philosophers, theologians

In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology