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A framework for conceptualizing dimensions of social organization in mammals
Mammalian societies represent many different types of social systems. While some aspects of social systems have been extensively studied, there is little consensus on how to conceptualize social organization across ...
Emergence and suppression of cooperation by action visibility in transparent games
Real-world agents, humans as well as animals, observe each other during interactions and choose their own actions taking the partners' ongoing behaviour into account. Yet, classical game theory assumes that players act ...
Remotely releasable collar mechanism for medium-sized mammals: an affordable technology to avoid multiple captures
Collar-mounted monitoring devices for collecting behavioural or positional data (e.g. sound recorders, accelerometers, GPS, VHF) are increasingly used in wildlife research. Although these tools represent an improvement in ...