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Uploaded on Mar 18, 2010
This video segment is a collection of data taken from one of the earliest comparative psychology research studies focusing on human and chimpanzee infant development. Winthrop and Luella Kellogg began this study in 1931, and it continued for 9 months, demonstrating essentially identical cognitive development between human and chimpanzee during the first two years.
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