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Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions
Wednesday 6th August, 10:00-12:20
Fintry
Convenors: Fragaszy, D., Menzel, C. & Izar, P.
428 LEARNING TO MAKE DETOURS: THE MICRO-DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLED NAVIGATION IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
J. Pan1, D. Fragaszy*1, T. Pickering1, E.H. Kennedy2
1University of Georgia, United States, 2Frostburg State University, United States
429 HOW YOUNG HUMANS, APES AND MONKEYS ALIGN OBJECTS TO SURFACES
H. Kuroshima*1, N. Scott1, B. Stone1, C. Menzel2, D. Fragaszy1
1University of Georgia, United States, 2Georgia State University, United States
430 TUFTED CAPUCHINS CAN USE CONFIGURATIONS OF NEARBY LANDMARKS TO FIND FOOD
Patrizia Potì*, Martina Saporiti
Institute for Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, CNR, Italy
431 MONKEYS GET THE POINT: CAPUCHINS USE LASERS TO SELECT AND RANK DISTANT REWARDS
T.A. Evans*1, B. Stone2, C.R. Menzel1, D.M. Fragaszy2
1Language Research Center, United States, 2University of Georgia, United States
432 SELECTION OF MULTI-DESTINATION FORAGING ROUTES BY CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
C.R. Menzel*1, E.W. Menzel2, B. Chan1, J.W. Kelley1
1Language Research Center, Georgia State University, United States, 2Stony Brook University, United States
433 GOAL-DIRECTED MOVEMENTS OF BLACK CAPUCHIN MONKEYS, CEBUS NIGRITUS, IN ATLANTIC FOREST
Patricia Izar*, Andrea Presotto, Mariana Dutra Fogaça
University of São Paulo, Brazil
434 THE USE OF FRUITING SYNCHRONICITY AS A CONCEPTUAL TOOL BY FORAGING MANGABEYS
K.R.L. Janmaat*1, C.A. Chapman1, K. Zuberbühler1, R.W. Byrne1
1University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Mc Gill University, Canada, 3University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 4University of St Andrews, United Kingdom