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Aggression is ubiquitous among animals, and contest outcomes in many gregarious species yield societies structured by dominance hierarchies. Here we use Tinbergen's four levels of behavioral analysis to summarize our current understanding of aggressive behavior and dominance relationships.
In Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences

Recent Publications

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Smith, Jennifer E., Lehmann, Kenna D.S., Montgomery, Tracy M., Strauss, Eli D., Holekamp, Kay E. (2017) Insights from long-term field studies of mammalian carnivores. Journal of Mammalogy.

Holekamp, Kay E., Strauss, Eli D. (2016) Aggression and dominance: an integrative overview. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.

Jones, Sarah C., Strauss, Eli D., Holekamp, Kay E. (2015). “Ecology of African Carrion.” Carrion Ecology, Evolution and Their Applications.