Data from: Sexually coercive male chimpanzees sire more offspring

Feldblum JT, Wroblewski EE, Rudicell RS, Hahn BH, Paiva T, Cetinkaya-Rundel M, Pusey AE, Gilby IC

Date Published: November 17, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v4h76

 

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Title Aggression rate by swollen state data set
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Description Contains dyadic aggression rates during female swollen and non-swollen periods, used to test whether dyadic aggression rates changed between female swollen and non-swollen periods.
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Title Regression analysis data set
Description Data set used for regression analysis to determine factors predicting both dyadic copulation rates and paternity odds.
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Feldblum JT, Wroblewski EE, Rudicell RS, Hahn BH, Paiva T, Cetinkaya-Rundel M, Pusey AE, Gilby IC (2014) Data from: Sexually coercive male chimpanzees sire more offspring. Current Biology 24(23): 2855–2860. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2014.10.039

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Feldblum JT, Wroblewski EE, Rudicell RS, Hahn BH, Paiva T, Cetinkaya-Rundel M, Pusey AE, Gilby IC (2014) Data from: Sexually coercive male chimpanzees sire more offspring. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v4h76
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