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The maker not the tool: The cognitive significance of great ape manual skills
(Mcdonald Institute, 2005) - Book item,
Tool-use by chimpanzees has attracted disproportionate attention among primatologists, because of an understandable wish to understand the evolutionary origins of hominin tool use. In archaeology and paleoanthropology, a ...
The manual skills and cognition that lie behind hominid tool use
(Cambridge University Press, 2004) - Book item,
Tool use is an important aspect of being human that has assumed a central place in accounts of the evolutionary origins of human intelligence. This has inevitably focused a spotlight on any signs of tool use or manufacture ...
Memory and consciousness
(Psychology Press, 2008) - Book item,
Gesture use in consortship : wild chimpanzees’ use of gesture for an ‘evolutionarily urgent’ purpose
(John Benjamins Press, 2012) - Book item,
We describe the gestural communication of wild chimpanzees in the evolutionarily urgent context of consortship. Consortship represented the dominant context for the use of gestural communication by adult males in the Sonso ...
Unions, workers, and the developing human capability agenda
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2010-08) - Book item,
Intergroup contact and the improvement of intergroup relations
(Praeger, 2005-12) - Book item,
Building intentional action knowledge with one’s hands
(Oxford University Press, 2009-11-25) - Book item,
Sharing and fairness in development
(Routledge, 2016-12-07) - Book item,
What’s new in déjà vu?
(Peter Lang, 2015) - Book item,
Divided by a common language? : conceptualising identity, discrimination, and alienation
(Wiley-Blackwell, 2012-09) - Book item,