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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Primate Communication - Ep. 410

  • Aired: 03/23/2010
  • 01:00:52
  • Rating: TV-G
Chuck Snowdon, Professor, Department of Psychology, UW-Madison Professor Snowdon discusses his research of cotton top tamarin monkeys. He explains the biology of breding then the feeding behaviors and learnign of infant monkeys. Lastly he talks about his collaboration with musician David Teie to test music's effects on the emotoins of a species that has never been exposed to music before.
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Chuck Snowdon discusses the social learning and response to music of monkeys.
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