Sex bias in intergroup conflict and collective movements among social mammals: male warriors and female guides
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, April 2022
Jennifer E. Smith, Claudia Fichtel, Rose K. Holmes, Peter M. Kappeler, Mark van Vugt, Adrian V. Jaeggi
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