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Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition
Thursday 7th August, 10:00-12:20
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Chair: Vick, S-J.
731 EXPERIMENTAL MODELS FOR TESTING HYPOTHESES ABOUT CUMULATIVE CULTURAL EVOLUTION
C.A. Caldwell*, A.E. Millen
University of Stirling, United Kingdom
732 A COMPARISON OF THE COGNITIVE SKILLS OF GREAT APES AND HUMAN CHILDREN
E. Herrmann*1, J. Call1, M.V. Hernández-Lloreda2, B. Hare1, B. Hare3, M Tomasello1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Departamento de Metodología de las Cincias del Comportamiento, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, 3Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke University, United States
733 TRANSFER INDEX: A RELIABLE MEASURE OF GENERAL COGNITIVE ABILITY?
A. Strasser*, J. Burkart, K. Isler, C. van Schaik
University of Zuerich, Switzerland
734 GREAT APE PERFORMANCE ON THE OBJECT-CHOICE TASK: HOW HUMAN-SMARTNESS MIGHT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
J.T. Byrnit
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), United States
735 TESTING CONVERGENCE COGNITIVE EVOLUTION: PRIMATE-LIKE THIRD-PARTY INTERVENTIONS IN RAVENS
T. Bugnyar
University of Vienna, Austria
736 BEHAVIOURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY TO NOVELTY ACROSS THE CALLITRICHID PRIMATE FAMILY
T.E. Smith*1, J.M. McCallister2, R. Elwood2
1University of Chester, United Kingdom, 2Queen's University, Belfast, United Kingdom
737 PHYSICAL COGNITION IN THREE CERCOPITHECINE MONKEYS
O. Petit*1, M. Herrenschmidt1, J. Call2
1CNRS, France, 2MPI, Germany