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SIZE COMPOSITION AND
THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF PRIMATE GROUPS
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ability adaptive adult females adult males age/sex classes aggression agonistic androgens apes argues aspects attractiveness babies baboons Papio called captive Cayo Santiago Cercopithecus changes chapter chimpanzees Colobus communication consort copulation correlation described detailed diet discussion dominance effect example experiments explanation factors feeding female's follicular phase frequently function gelada grooming group members group sizes hamadryas baboons hierarchy home range hormones human sexual behaviour human societies important inclusive fitness individuals infant interactions isolation Japanese macaques langur lemurs live low-ranking macaques Macaca mangabeys marmoset mating mature menstrual cycle mother mother-infant relationships multi-male groups neighbouring groups non-human primates occur oestrogen oestrous oestrus Old World monkeys one-male group ovulation particular pattern perform period play possible predictions Presbytis primate groups primate social behaviour primate species proceptivity progesterone prosimians rank rhesus monkeys season sexual behaviour social structure squirrel monkeys suggests tend testosterone whereas