Seed Lab research in the papers

Emma-Louise Bryant
Friday 7 November 2014

An article about research conducted in the Seed lab has been published in the Daily Mail! The study in question showed that non-human primates can understand the broken string problem and why an unbroken string will give them food, rather than just blindly solving through a learned association. This puts their understanding of the abstract properties of objects on a par with preschool children.

Article here

Original university press release here

And the PLOS One paper here

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