McFarland and Majolo 2011
tested the integrated hyp on wild non provisioned Barbary Macaques. victims of aggression were at greater risk of receiving aggression from former opponent or a bystander after a conflict, showed elevated anxiety. no such costs for aggressor. recon reduced anxiety in victim, didnt reduce risk of receiving aggression. relationship quality affected occurrence of reconciliation, didn't modulate PC anxiety. costs of aggression asymmetrically distributed. dom individuals more valuable in terms of tolerance and agonistic support. recon occurs earlier btw those w high value relationship, shorter time window btw aggression and recon may counter-balance expected stronger anxious response.