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Wolf, M.; van Doorn, G.S.; Leimar, O.; Weissing, F.J. Wolf et al. reply 2007 4297 450 E5-E6 details   doi
Wittling, W.; Pflüger, M. Neuroendocrine hemisphere asymmetries: Salivary cortisol secretion during lateralized viewing of emotion-related and neutral films 1990 Brain and Cognition 5350 14 243-265 details   doi
Wittling, W.; Block, A.; Schweiger, E.; Genzel, S. Hemisphere Asymmetry in Sympathetic Control of the Human Myocardium 1998 Brain and Cognition 5351 38 17-35 details   doi
Wittling, W. Psychophysiological correlates of human brain asymmetry: Blood pressure changes during lateralized presentation of an emotionally laden film 1990 Neuropsychologia 5352 28 457-470 details   doi
Wittig, R.M.; Crockford, C.; Wikberg, E.; Seyfarth, R.M.; Cheney, D.L. Kin-mediated reconciliation substitutes for direct reconciliation in female baboons 2007 Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society 342 274 1109-1115 details   doi
Wittig, R.M.; Crockford, C.; Langergraber, K.E.; Zuberbühler, K. Triadic social interactions operate across time: a field experiment with wild chimpanzees 2014 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 5803 281 details   doi
Wittig, R.M.; Boesch, C. Food Competition and Linear Dominance Hierarchy Among Female Chimpanzees of the Ta National Park 2003 International Journal of Primatology 2205 24 847-867 details   doi
Wittig, R.M.; Boesch, C. “Decision-making” in conflicts of wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): an extension of the Relational Model 2003 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 2206 54 491-504 details   doi
Wittig, R.M.; Boesch, C. The Choice of Post-conflict Interactions in Wild Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) 2003 Behaviour 2207 140 1527-1559 details   doi
Witter, M.S.; Swaddle, J.P. Fluctuating Asymmetries, Competition and Dominance 1994 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 2203 256 299-303 details   doi
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