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Unformatted text preview: uncorrelated variables describing the bark itself, and three variables describing the extended bark 2 structure were affected by context. Two bark subtypes, hunt and snake contexts. Other four contexts, travel, aggression, neighbor, and contact, showed minimal discrimination from each other. Discussion: What did the researchers find: Chimps produce moderately specific barks in specific contexts. Chimp calls also showed levels of signal specificity comparable to functionally referential alarm calls of other primate species. Do you agree with them: Yes the research that they gathered proved to me that the chimps do make these kind of calls. Do you think the way researchers collected the data answered their hypothesis? Was this a well-written article? No I was not able to follow this article very easily; I was forced to reread the same sections over and over again. Test Question: What are the chimps four types of calls?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course PSYC 299 taught by Professor Shyne during the Spring '08 term at Bridgewater State University.
- Spring '08