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A Study of Social Dominance in Cats

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Two female and six male domestic cats ranging in age from eight to ten and one-half months were studied in two different food-competitive dominance testing situations. In one of the test situations the animals were paired in all possible combinations for a session of ten trials in the WGTA; in the other, the eight animals simultaneously competed for food in a relatively unrestricted (in terms of space) environment designated as the FE condition. The drive level (12, 22, and 36 hrs food deprivation) was systematically varied in the two test situations in order to determine its effect on dominance relationships.

Affiliations: 1: West Virginia University, U.S.A.

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