alexa Abstract | Communication and the Role of Language
ISSN: 2167-6801

Journal of Primatology
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Fields of science, philosophy, physiology and psychology share a commonlanguage which is oіen quite disparate in meaning. Consider the “witticism” by George Bernard Shaw that England and the United States are two countries separated by a common language. But, what of our cousins? How well do other primates communicate? Communication by facial expression has been documented in great apes, noting even their use of their upper extremities for social gestures, similar to that of excited.

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Author(s): Bruce Rothschild


Primates, Primates Language, primates, Primatology

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