Data from: Female monkeys use both the carrot and the stick to promote male participation in intergroup fights

Arseneau-Robar TJM, Taucher AL, Müller E, van Schaik C, Bshary R, Willems EP

Date Published: November 3, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7q4r8

 

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Title Dataset1: Population level analysis
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Description Dataset used (1) to determine if females who used social incentives were more likely to direct aggression at males who had recently defected, but groom males who had recently cooperated, and (2) if target males were more likely to participate after receiving social incentives than before.
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Title Dataset2: Individual level analyses
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Description Dataset used to test (1) if individual males were more likely to participate after receiving social incentives than before, and (2) if individuals who received social incentives participated above their personal base-line level (i.e. the proportion of aggressive episodes participated in during intergroup fights where they were not the male to receive social incentives).
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Title Dataset3: spatio-temporal variability in the occurrence of social incentives
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Description Dataset used in the GLMM testing the spatio-temporal variability in the occurrence of social incentives (punishment and/or rewards). The summer season (when high quality fruits were available) was indexed by the NDVI, the birth season was indexed by the number of small infants (<3 months old) in the group, and the mating season was a dichotomous variable. The spatial distribution of food in the different areas (mapping units) of each home range was determined by mapping the distribution of important tree species and monitoring their fruit abundance on a monthly basis.
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Arseneau-Robar TJM, Taucher AL, Müller E, van Schaik C, Bshary R, Willems EP (2016) Female monkeys use both the carrot and the stick to promote male participation in intergroup fights. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283(1843): 20161817. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.1817

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Arseneau-Robar TJM, Taucher AL, Müller E, van Schaik C, Bshary R, Willems EP (2016) Data from: Female monkeys use both the carrot and the stick to promote male participation in intergroup fights. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7q4r8
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