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Table of Contents: April 2004

Robert Sapolsky and Lisa Share show that olive baboons (Papio anubis) can acquire a more pacific culture and that females, such as this one, help maintain the peaceful behavior of males (see article). Frans de Waal explores whether such studies can shed light on human aggression (see article).

Image Credit: Photograph by Frans de Waal

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Helen Doyle, Andy Gass, Rebecca Kennison

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The Cytoskeleton In Vivo

Beatriz García Fernández

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