Check out the new short documentary from NOVA/PBS on delay of gratification in cuttlefish, which features some of our work on primate inter-temporal choice.
Our work on spatial cognition in animals was featured in this write up about “The Consequences of the Evolution of Language on the Mind,” a symposium at the 2019 International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) in Paris. Read the article here.
- New York Times: No grumpy old men in the world of chimps
- The Times: Old chimpanzees hang on to their good friends
- BBC Focus Magazine: Ageing chimpanzees choose old friends over new connections
- The Guardian: Chimps pare down their social circle in later years – study finds
- Science News: Like humans, chimpanzees mellow with age
- Business Insider: Humans aren’t the only species who get choosier about their friends as they age
- Deutschland Funk: Schimpansen-Senioren haben Freunde fürs Leben
- Le Monde: Quand le chimpanzé vieillit, fini les faux amis
- Scientific American Arabic: Like humans, “chimpanzees” seek positive relationships with age
- Michigan News: Like humans, chimps prioritize positive relationships as they age
- Harvard Gazette: Why do we get so picky about friendship late in life? Ask the chimps
- Scientific American: What chimpanzees can tell us about human friendships