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The Singing Gorilla: Understanding Animal Intelligence

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How animals think and feel is a question which has long occupied scientists. Pavlov's famous experiment apparently proved that dogs negotiate the world purely on instinct because they automatically salivate at the ring of a bell which they associate with being fed. What he failed to note was that exactly the same is true for humans. So where, if anywhere, does the differen ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Headline
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Shelves: science-ish
Animal psychology/intelligence. Some interesting and thought provoking facts and experiments, but written in a rather random, disjointed way.
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