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A rat learns to press a lever each time some type of piano music is played, but not when some type of trumpet music is played. This is an example of (A) transitive inference, (B) category learning, (C) numerosity, (D) reference.
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If a vervet monkey gives the eagle call, then the other vervets will dive for cover, but if the leopard call is given, then the others will jump up into the trees. Thus, vervets seem capable of using the ________ aspect of language in their communications.
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Human infants tend to show evidence of self-awareness by about (12/24/36) months of age; chimpanzees tend to show a similar ability (A) never, (B) at a slightly older age, (C) at a much older age.
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If a bird avoids an area because it heard the territorial call of another bird, this is evidence that the birds are capable of (communication/ language/both).
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Chimpanzees’ hammer-and-anvil technique of cracking nuts takes (several years/a few days) to master and appears to be mostly the result of (insight/social learning).