Table 2 Correlations between frequency of tolerance and puma characteristics.Here, we present Pearson correlation coefficients and their associated *P* values based upon a two-tailed null hypothesis of no correlation (in parentheses). Age, weight, and sex are correlations between an individual puma’s attributes and their tolerances with all other pumas (*n* = 13); spatial overlap and relatedness are dyadic attributes correlated with the number of tolerances for that pair (*n* = 156). Spatial overlap is the proportion of the home range of the puma exhibiting tolerance that is overlapped by the home range of the puma receiving tolerance. Relatedness is a single value because it represents the dyadic relationship between two pumas in each interaction rather than the attributes of each puma. Larger positive values indicate a positive correlation, and larger negative values indicate a negative correlation. Values close to 0 indicate that the variables were not correlated.