Posts tagged with ‘primates’

  • Counting Capabilities in Nonhuman Animals

    By on 02/07/2018

    Contributed by Marielle Grenade-Willis Everyone remembers singing “The ants go marching one by one/Hurrah, hurrah…” on bus rides home...

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  • Bonobos May Seek Powerful Allies Over Congenial Cooperation

    By on 01/04/2018

    Contributed by Marielle Grenade-Willis According to developmental psychologist Michael Tomasello, cooperation, in terms of our ability to work towards...

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  • Jealousy in Titi Monkeys

    By on 01/02/2018

    Contributed by Marielle Grenade-Willis Psychologists define jealousy as an integrated and powerful emotion that occurs when a third party...

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  • Orangutans Use Native Plant for Achy Limbs

    By on 12/07/2017

    Contributed by Marielle Grenade-Willis Using plants for their medicinal properties has been a part of humanity’s story since prehistoric...

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  • New Jane Documentary Highlights Chimp Capabilities

    By on 11/16/2017

    Contributed by Marielle Grenade-Willis Last night, I had the opportunity to see Brett Morgen’s new documentary Jane. The stunning film...

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