By: ES Savage-Rumbaugh
410 pages, 96 figs
Pioneering study, tracing the acquisition of symbols by two chimpanzees, from their simplest beginnings to their use as representational statements about future actions, revealing that there is no sharp division between the cognitive capacities of apes and those of human beings.
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