Emotions in non-human primates: Washoe, Flo, Flint, and grief.





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Uploaded on Feb 1, 2010

This is a video segment from the DVD companion to my master's thesis," The Development of Self as a Means for Determining Degrees of Culture," where I explore the emotional depth in our next of kin, the chimpanzee, with whom we share nearly 99% of our genetic inheritance.

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If you have read this far, you are not only more cynical than most, but have far too much time on your hands, time better spent with a physician addressing your high blood pressure, or a therapist to explore your control issues.

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