How do primates resolve the competition over resources?

What does it mean to reduce competition for resources through aggression?

The adjustment of social relationships through aggressive interactions can be seen more clearly by looking at the intra-species aggression and social intelligence of Japanese macaques, a species of old-world monkeys (Cercopithecus), than it can by looking at great apes and human beings.

■References (Books, papers, Web articles, etc.)
高崎山のサル』  伊谷純一郎 (講談社学術文庫、2010)
ニホンザルの生態』  河合雅雄 (河出書房、1964)

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