Primate Perspectives on Behavior and Cognition

Primate Perspectives on Behavior and Cognition

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Experts with a diverse range of perspectives explore the contributions made to the study of primate cognition and behavior and provide guideposts for new generations of researchers studying behavior as manifested across primate species. The contributors first explore commonly used research methodology and then look at the groundbreaking content of recent research.... so that concepts as well as emotions could be expressed voluntarily, an ape or an Australopithecus could not express itself verbally. ... All that they lack is wiring to recruit them for speech. ... animals, a decade of working intimately with captive great apes (Nakatsukasa, Nakano, Kunimatsu, Ogihara, aamp; Tuttle, 2006; Tuttle, ... demonstrated unequivocally that symboling is part of the process (McGrew, 2004; Tuttle, 2001a; van Schaik, 2004; van Schaik et al., 2003; Whiten et al., 1999).

Title:Primate Perspectives on Behavior and Cognition
Author: David A. Washburn, Duane M. Rumbaugh
Publisher:Amer Psychological Assn - 2007

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