Mother grooming of offspring and non-offspring in post-conflict versus non-conflict intervals from Limited evidence for third-party affiliation during development in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii)
journal contributionposted on 31.08.2017 by Jordan A. Miller, Margaret A. Stanton, Elizabeth V. Lonsdorf, Kaitlin R. Wellens, A. Catherine Markham, Carson M. Murray
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Histogram of 10,000 proportions of non-conflict intervals in which mothers groomed A) offspring and B) non-offspring. PC = Average proportion of PC intervals in which an offspring or non-offspring was groomed. NC = Bootstrapped mean of proportions in which an offspring or non-offspring was groomed in a random non-conflict interval.