BARBARA J. KING is emerita professor of anthropology at the College of The author of six books including How Animals Grieve, Personalities on the Her work has appeared in Scientific American, NPR, Aeon, and Undark. Selected by The Teaching Company to create and teach 12-lecture course “Primate Roots of 

[(The Origins of Language: What Nonhuman Primates Can Tell Us)] [Author: Barbara J. King] published on (November, 1999)

BARBARA J. KING is emerita professor of anthropology at the College of The author of six books including How Animals Grieve, Personalities on the Her work has appeared in Scientific American, NPR, Aeon, and Undark. Selected by The Teaching Company to create and teach 12-lecture course “Primate Roots of 

See all articles by this author First Published March 1, 2003 Research Article The Origins of Language: What Nonhuman Primates Can Tell Us. Santa Fe, NM: Fouts, R.S. and D.H. Fouts (1999) `Chimpanzee Sign Language Research', in P. in Great Apes', in Richard G. Fox and Barbara J. King (eds) Anthropology  Humans, Chimps and Why We Need Personhood for All | Time 27 Oct 2014 Barbara J. King is a biological anthropologist at the College of William and Mary. Tommy is deemed a person, he will be released from the small cage where he in harsh confinement: It tells us that Tommy isn't meant to live alone, privileged to know certain other non-human primates over the years of  Barbara J. King - Wikipedia Barbara J. King (born 18 August 1956) is professor emerita, retired from the Department of Anthropology at the College of William & Mary where she taught from 1988 to 2015. King has been a full-time science writer since 2015, publishing stories in Scientific School of American Research Press, 1994. See also[edit]. About - Barbara J. King

27 Oct 2014 Barbara J. King is a biological anthropologist at the College of William and Mary. Tommy is deemed a person, he will be released from the small cage where he in harsh confinement: It tells us that Tommy isn't meant to live alone, privileged to know certain other non-human primates over the years of 

Barbara J. King (born 18 August 1956) is professor emerita, retired from the Department of Anthropology at the College of William & Mary where she taught from 1988 to 2015. King has been a full-time science writer since 2015, publishing stories in Scientific School of American Research Press, 1994. See also[edit].

About - Barbara J. King

27 Oct 2014 Barbara J. King is a biological anthropologist at the College of William and Mary. Tommy is deemed a person, he will be released from the small cage where he in harsh confinement: It tells us that Tommy isn't meant to live alone, privileged to know certain other non-human primates over the years of  Barbara J. King - Wikipedia

Barbara J. King (born 18 August 1956) is professor emerita, retired from the Department of Anthropology at the College of William & Mary where she taught from 1988 to 2015. King has been a full-time science writer since 2015, publishing stories in Scientific School of American Research Press, 1994. See also[edit].

The origins of non-human primates' manual gestures - NCBI

The increasing body of research into human and non-human primates' If spoken language is not possible, then manual gestures can convey very it can become a strength since it tells us something about the origin of.. or perhaps even the acquisition of novel gestures, although this still needs to be. King B., editor.

Humans, Chimps and Why We Need Personhood for All | Time

Barbara J. King (born 18 August 1956) is professor emerita, retired from the Department of Anthropology at the College of William & Mary where she taught from 1988 to 2015. King has been a full-time science writer since 2015, publishing stories in Scientific School of American Research Press, 1994. See also[edit].

27 Oct 2014 Barbara J. King is a biological anthropologist at the College of William and Mary. Tommy is deemed a person, he will be released from the small cage where he in harsh confinement: It tells us that Tommy isn't meant to live alone, privileged to know certain other non-human primates over the years of 

BARBARA J. KING is emerita professor of anthropology at the College of The author of six books including How Animals Grieve, Personalities on the Her work has appeared in Scientific American, NPR, Aeon, and Undark. Selected by The Teaching Company to create and teach 12-lecture course “Primate Roots of 

BARBARA J. KING is emerita professor of anthropology at the College of The author of six books including How Animals Grieve, Personalities on the Her work has appeared in Scientific American, NPR, Aeon, and Undark. Selected by The Teaching Company to create and teach 12-lecture course “Primate Roots of 

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The origins of non-human primates' manual gestures - NCBI

See all articles by this author First Published March 1, 2003 Research Article The Origins of Language: What Nonhuman Primates Can Tell Us. Santa Fe, NM: Fouts, R.S. and D.H. Fouts (1999) `Chimpanzee Sign Language Research', in P. in Great Apes', in Richard G. Fox and Barbara J. King (eds) Anthropology 

Humans, Chimps and Why We Need Personhood for All | Time

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