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The prohects which psychologists have attempted to teach primates communication...
The prohects which psychologists have attempted to teach primates communication systems have raised an intriguing possibility: even if a primate species (such as the chimpanzee) has a very rudimentary natural communication system in the wild, perhaps a member of this psecies could be taught a communication system not natural to the species. Are primates in fact able to acquire and use language in a way similar to the way humans do? Could primates create the sentences? I will show several experiments about primates and examine the differencies of learning language between human beings and primates.
How would one identify something as a language if he encountered what might be one in an obviously nonhuman species? And for that matter, is the natural signing of deaf-mutes a language? What about the `language` of music of art?
`Language` is considered as the only capacity which distinguishes human beings from animals. According to Chomsky, it is important not only for …(생략)
linguists but also psychologists whose research centers on these issues to know that even in a rudimentary phase of learning language, babies are much better than primates. A lot of psycholinguistes have attempted to challenge his idea so they tried to teach primates communication systems of human beings.
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