Reaching Into Thought: The Minds of the Great Apes
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BeschreibungIn this book, field and laboratory researchers show that the great apes have high level abilities in both social and ecological domains, including tool use, pretense, self-awareness, deception, consolation, teaching, and culture itself.
Inhaltsverzeichnis1. Exploring the minds of the great apes: Issues and controversies Anne E. Russon and Kim A. Bard; Part I. The Scope of Great Ape Intelligence: 2. Chimpanzees and capuchin monkeys: Comparative cognition James R. Anderson; 3. Acting and understanding: tool use revisited through the minds of capuchin monkeys Elisabetta Visalberghi and Luca Limongelli; 4. Consolation, reconciliation, and a possible cognitive difference between macaques and chimpanzees Frans B.M. de Waal and Filippo Aureli; 5. The misunderstood ape: Cognitive skills of the gorilla Richard W. Byrne; 6. Ostensive behavior in great apes: the role of eye contact Juan Carlos Gomez; 7. Imitation in everyday use: matching and rehearsal in the spontaneous imitation of rehabilitant orangutans Anne E. Russon; 8. 'More is less': the elicitation of rule-governed resource distribution in chimpanzees Sarah T. Boysen; 9. Tool-using behavior in wild Pan paniscus: Social and ecological considerations Ellen J. Ingmanson; 10. Comparison of chimpanzee material culture between Bossou and Nimba, West Africa Tetsuro Matsuzawa and Gen Yamakoshi; Part II. Organization of Great Ape Intelligence: Development, Culture and Evolution: 11. Influences on development in infant chimpanzees: Enculturation, temperament and cognition Kim A. Bard and Kathryn H. Gardner; 12. Heterochrony and the evolution of primate cognitive development Jonas Langer; 13. Simon says: The development of imitation in an enculturated orangutan H. Lyn Miles, Robert W. Mitchell and Stephen E. Harper; 14. Imitation, pretense, and mindreading: secondary representation in comparative primatology and developmental psychology? Andrew Whiten; 15. Self-awareness and self-knowledge in humans, apes and monkeys Daniel Hart and Mary Pat Karmel; 16. Apprenticeship in tool-mediated extractive foraging: the origins of imitation, teaching and self-awareness in great apes Sue Taylor Parker; 17. The effect of humans on the cognitive development of apes Josep Call and Michael Tomasello; 18. Three approaches for assessing chimpanzee culture Christophe Boesch; 19. On the wild side of culture and cognition in the great apes Sue Taylor Parker and Anne E. Russon; Index.
Pressestimmen'... excellent chapters ... based on both captive and field experiments.' Craig B. Stanford, The Quarterly Review of Biology 'Recommended for any researcher interested in the study of great ape cognition, and all college and university libraries.' N. Krusko, Choice 'Reaching into Thought is a useful reference, particularly for readers with a background in the behaviour of apes and/or in the theoretical issues surrounding comparative investigations of intelligence ... nicely produced, with many good illustrations.' Christine M. Fillion, and Dorothy M. Fragaszy, University of Georgia, Athens '... this fine book should be considered mandatory reading for all cognitive archaeologists.' Kathleen Gibson, Cambridge Archaeological Journal 'In addition to containing some truly wonderful individual articles, taken as a whole, it serves an important role by accurately reflecting the present status of cognitive primatology as it pertains to Great Apes.' Debbie Custance, Primate Eye ' ... the book taps all the right channels of current interest, every evolutionary cognitive science should buy it and maybe teach a seminar using it.' W. C. McGrew
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 1996
Seitenanzahl: 478 Seiten