If fish are any guide, subordinate males may actually have more influence on groups than their domineering and aggressive counterparts, according to a new study in the journal Proceedings in the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers, led by Alex Jordan from Germany’s Max Planck Institute, were interested in the interplay between power, dominance and … Continue reading Among fish, dominance reduces influence
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