Success and undertanding in cognitive tasks: A comparison between Cebus apella and Pan troglodytes

Visalberghi, Elisabetta
October 1997
International Journal of Primatology;Oct1997, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p811
Academic Journal
Provides information on a study comparing the behavioral tendencies between Cebus apella and Pan troglydytes. Information on comparing intelligence of the two species; Discussion on the results.


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