This book focuses on animal intelligence, where animals are viewed as beings with intelligence and rationality appropriate to their species. It illustrates apes' mastery of word-lexigrams and the accomplishments of Panzee, a chimpanzee reared at the Language Research Center of Georgia University. This introduction discusses intelligent behavior and the matrix of comparative psychology of behavior.
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