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Supplemental Information from Schoolchildren cooperate more successfully with non-kin than with siblings

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posted on 04.02.2021, 00:34 by Gladys Barragan-Jason, Maxime Cauchoix, Anne Regnier, Marie Bourjade, Astrid Hopfensitz, Alexis S. Chaine
Effect of dyad characteristics (partner status: Kin, Friends, Non-Friends, sex: Female-Female, Male-Male, Female-Male, mean Age, age difference) on the number of trials before success (ordered LM).;Effect of dyad characteristics (partner status: Kin, Friends, Non-Friends, sex: Female-Female, Male-Male, Female-Male, mean Age, age difference) on performance in the first trials (binomial GLM).;Effect of demographic variables on performance during first trials with “participant” as a random factor and Age in months, sex, number of siblings, parents’ income, and living area (urban vs rural) as fixed factors using binomial GLMM. ;Effect of the number of friends on performance in the first trial (binomial GLM) while controlling for dyad characteristics (sex: Female-Female, Male-Male, Female-Male, mean age, age difference) ;Effect of partner status on the number of gazes per second during the first trial while controlling for dyad characteristics (sex: Female-Female, Male-Male, Female-Male, mean age, age difference; LM).

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