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Rumbaugh D., Gill T. V. & Glasersfeld E. von (1973) Reading and sentence completion by a chimpanzee. Science 182: 731–733.
Four studies revealed that a 2½/2-year-old chimpanzee (Pan), after 6 months of computer-controlled language training, proficiently reads projected word-characters that constitute the beginnings of sentences and, in accordance with their meanings and serial order, either finishes the sentences for reward or rejects them.
Key words: language, chimpanse
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