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  1. Sex differences in behavioural responses of wild Barbary macaques to simulated out-group threat

    Majolo, Bonaventura; Campbell, Elizabeth; Elfassi Fihri, Selma; Tkaczynski, Patrick J.; Radford, Andrew N.
    In social species, groups often come into conflict with conspecific outsiders over resources, with potential behavioural and fitness consequences. There has been little experimental testing of how out-group contests, and their threat, affect within-group behaviour and whether all group members respond similarly. We experimentally simulated an out-group threat (using playbacks of aggressive calls) to examine the responses of wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus) of different sex and dominance status. We found sex-specific, but not dominance-specific, differences in both the initial response and in subsequent changes in intra-group social behaviour. Males, but not females, increased their immediate vigilance in response to...

  2. Data associated with: Quantifying camouflage and conspicuousness using visual salience

    Pike, Tom
    Data associated with: Quantifying camouflage and conspicuousness using visual salience

  3. Paramere data

    Cocks, Oliver; Eady, Paul
    These data support the manuscript entitled 'Microsurgical manipulation reveals pre-copulatory function of key genital sclerites' submitted to Journal of Experimental Biology (2018)

  4. Social thermoregulation as a potential mechanism linking sociality and fitness: Barbary macaques with more social partners form larger huddles [dataset]

    Campbell, Liz A. D.; Tkaczynski, Patrick J.; Lehmann, Julia; Mouna, Mohamed; Majolo, Bonaventura
    This is the dataset attached to the paper "Social thermoregulation as a potential mechanism linking sociality and fitness: Barbary macaques with more social partners form larger huddles"

  5. Dataset for 'A comparative study on crowdfunding in the United States and the United Kingdom'

    Chu, Duyen Dai
    Dataset for Paper 1 in PhD research project

  6. Anonymised library activity data for the academic years 2007/08, 2008/09 and 2009/10: collected for the JISC Library Impact Data Project

    Stainthorp, Paul; Bilbie, Alex
    These data consist of entries for 4,268 anonymised students who graduated from the University of Lincoln with a named award at the end of the academic year 2009/10, along with a selection of their library activity over three years (2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10): library item circulation, visits to the main GCW University Library, and e-resources usage represented by authentication against AthensDA.

  7. Anonymised library book circulation data for the academic year 2008/2009: collected for the JISC MOSAIC project

    Stainthorp, Paul
    The University of Lincoln collected one academic year's worth of its own library book circulation data ("user activity data") for the JISC-funded MOSAIC project, which set out to investigate the technical feasibility, service value and issues around exploiting user activity data. Data was collected for the period 1 September 2008 - 31 August 2009. Lincoln's data was processed according to a data schema common to all participants in the MOSAIC project; any data that might be used to identify an individual library user was removed or anonymised.

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