Preparatory responses to socially determined, mutually exclusive possibilities in chimpanzees and children
Preparatory responses to socially determined,
mutually exclusive possibilities in chimpanzees and children
Recent research suggests that between age 2 and 4 children gradually begin to demonstrate a capacity to prepare for two simple, mutually exclusive alternatives of an immediate future event. Investigate the potential competence and how the capacity for simultaneous preparation for mutually exclusive event outcomes develops relatively late in children along with how they are also in line with the possibility that our close animal relatives lack this capacity.
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