|The Modification of Social Dominance in a Group of Monkeys by Interanimal Conditioning
|| R.E. Miller, J.V. Murphy, I.A. Mirsky
||After repeated determinations of the social dominance hierarchy in a group of 10 rhesus monkeys over a 20-month period, the monkey ranked eighth in dominance was used as a conditioned stimulus for pain-avoidance for the other animals. After conditioning training it was found that the social dominance of the stimulus monkey showed a significant increase.
||Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, Vol. 48(5)
||social, dominance, change, interanimal conditioning, monkeys, monkey, social, change, social psychology