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Castles, D.L.; Whiten, A.; Aureli, F. Social anxiety, relationships and self-directed behaviour among wild female olive baboons 1999 Animal Behaviour. 745 58 1207-1215
Chalmeau, R.; Visalberghi, E.; Gallo, A. Capuchin monkeys,Cebus apellafail to understand a cooperative task 1997 Animal Behaviour. 571 54 1215-1225
Chapais, B.; Girard, M.; Primi, G. Non-kin alliances, and the stability of matrilineal dominance relations in Japanese macaques 1991 Animal Behaviour. 2863 41 481-491
Chase, I.D. The sequential analysis of aggressive acts during hierarchy formation: an application of the `jigsaw puzzle' approach 1985 Animal Behaviour. 856 33 86-100
Chase, I.D.; Bartolomeo, C.; Dugatkin, L.A. Aggressive interactions and inter-contest interval: how long do winners keep winning? 1994 Animal Behaviour. 873 48 393-400
Chaya, L.; Cowan, E.; McGuire, B. A note on the relationship between time spent in turnout and behaviour during turnout in horses (Equus caballus) 2006 Applied Animal Behaviour Science 4815 98 155-160
Cheney DL; Seyfarth RM Attending to behaviour versus attending to knowledge: examining monkeys' attribution of mental states 1990 Animal Behaviour. 2987 40 742
Cheney, D.L.; Seyfarth, R.M. Recognition of other individuals' social relationships by female baboons 1999 Animal Behaviour. 346 58 67-75
Cheney, D.L.; Seyfarth, R.M. Reconciliatory grunts by dominant female baboons influence victims' behaviour 1997 Animal Behaviour. 347 54 409-418
Cheney, D.L.; Seyfarth, R.M. The recognition of social alliances among vervet monkeys 1986 Animal Behaviour. 4864 34 1722-1731