Ecological variation in cognition: Insights from bonobos and chimpanzees

@inproceedings{Rosati2018EcologicalVI,
  title={Ecological variation in cognition: Insights from bonobos and chimpanzees},
  author={A. Rosati},
  year={2018}
}
One of the most pressing problems for the comparative study of cognition is explaining the emergence of variation in psychological abilities across species. How and why do such differences in cognition arise? This is an especially important question with respect to understanding the evolutionary history of our own species: although humans show important cognitive continuities with animals, we also exhibit a suite of abilities that markedly differ from other species. These differences span… Expand
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