By: Wolfgang Köhler (Author)
386 pages, b/w illustrations
First published in 1925, Köhler's classic analysis of the intelligence of apes marks a turning point in the psychology of thinking. Through meticulously described experiments, his two-fold aim is to ascertain the degree of relationship between the intellectual capacity of anthropoid apes and of man and to gain insight into the nature of intelligent acts.
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