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Department of Anthropology

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Primate Cognition

Anthropology 4191 - Fall 2020

This course will investigate historical and current views regarding the cognitive capacities of non-human primates, and the extent to which these abilities are shared with humans. Topics for this class will include: social cognition, problem-solving, tool use, culture, communication, theory of mind, deception, self-recognition, imitation, and numerical cognition. The classes will involve discussion and critical evaluation of theory and methods in this challenging and exciting area of primate cognitive research.
Course Attributes: FA NSMAR NSMAS NSM

Section 01

Primate Cognition
INSTRUCTOR: Sanz
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