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Analyses of data from field studies of baboons (genus Papio) show that observers tend to select the largest groups available to them in their study populations up to a limiting group size of about 80-100 animals. This is likely to introduce significant biasses into eco-correlate analyses whenever group size is an important independent variable. © 1982 Japan Monkey Centre.

Original publication

DOI

10.1007/BF02373968

Type

Journal article

Journal

Primates

Publication Date

01/10/1982

Volume

23

Pages

567 - 573