Researchers place a human infant and an infant chimpanzee in the same environment to see how they develop within a six month period.
An adult facilitator places the hands and ankles of the infants in a loop to see how they will respond to the puzzle.
Researchers place a bag over the heads of the infants and take them to an unfamiliar place. The researchers determine the infants do not respond similarly.
Researchers place a cookie on a hook just out of reach of the infants to see how they will respond. Each infant problem solves to get to the treat.
Researches give the infants a simple tool to determine how they will use it and whether they can get to the candy behind the screen.
Credits: Experiments Upon a Human and a Chimpanzee Infant after 6 Months of Association in the Same Environment
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This video features the silent footage of Winthrop Kellogg's experiemnts on human and chimpanzee infants after they have been in the same environment for six months. Black and white.
Length: 15 minutes
Copyright date: ©1932
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