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Evolution and Human Behavior 23 181 192 . J.L. Beacham 2003 Models of dominance hierarchy formation: effects

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Mesterton-Gibbons, M. and Dugatkin, L. A. (1995): Towards a theory of dominance hierarchies: Effect of assessment, group size and variation in fighting ability. Behav. Ecol. 6 :416-423. Towards a theory of dominance hierarchies

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Authors: Ales Pavlik, Daniela Jezova, David Zapletal, Jan Bakos and Pavel Jelinek

Haemisch, A., Voss, T. and Gartner, K. (1994): Effects of environmental enrichment on aggressive-behavior, dominance hierarchies, and endocrine states in male DBA/2J mice. Physiol. Behav. 56 , 1041

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Authors: Ivaylo Borislavov Iotchev, Anna Egerer, Serena Grafe, András Adorján and Enikő Kubinyi

, P. , Natoli , E. ( 2017 ) Age-graded dominance hierarchies and social tolerance in packs of free-ranging dogs . Behav. Ecol. 28 ( 4 ), 1004 – 1020 . 10.1093/beheco/arx059

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Authors: Nicolas Carayol, Ghislaine Filliatreau and Agenor Lahatte

Let us first consider the case corresponding to φ = 1 and citations as a measure of impact. We find that Paris 6 and Paris 11 are at the top of the dominance hierarchy, essentially for size-related reasons (with Paris 6 dominating Paris 11). Strasbourg

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