Psych paper - Psych 350 Paper Two Monkey And Human Baby Talk Monkeys and humans are similar in many ways There has always been that theory that

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Psych 350 Paper Two Monkey And Human Baby Talk Monkeys and humans are similar in many ways. There has always been that theory that human beings have evolved from primates, thus there has been many studies of testing hypothesis of how similar we really are. Language is a very important factor, even though it’s not as common for humans to grunt, it is the primate’s way to communicate. Female monkeys use special sounds within their vocal cords called girneys that possibly could have evolved to attract the young monkeys and allow them to interact with one another. With humans, the interaction is similar to allow the baby to interact with other people and with their parents in a positive way. The monkeys will interact with a relaxed atmosphere and be more tolerance of one another because of this. Emotions can also be developed in a control environment as well, such as instead of feeling just anger and disgust if things do not go one way for the monkey, there is a sense of wanting to be
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course PSYCH 350 taught by Professor Anderson during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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Psych paper - Psych 350 Paper Two Monkey And Human Baby Talk Monkeys and humans are similar in many ways There has always been that theory that

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