items to be counted in a line or a circle? Justify your answer by referring to at least one of the 5 counting principles. 5. Recent research with human infants and non-human great apes shows that they can both pass a version of the False Belief Task (like the Sally-Anne Task) in which the infants’ or animals’ looking behavior is recorded. Briefly describe how you might set up such a looking experiment for an infant or great ape, or read this article to see how the researchers conducted the animal study: -minds If you have difficulty accessing the article by clicking on the link try copying the link and pasting it directly in your browser. You can also try using a different browser. Finally, you can search in your browser using the terms search in your browser using the terms Science Magazine Humans aren’t the only great apes that can ‘read minds’6. Describe how the infant or animal should (or did) behave if they have theory of mind according the looking experiment you describe in Question 5.