Face Pareidolia in Humans and Monkeys:
The Marshmallow Test, and how to give animals their own version:
A number of articles about the relationship between chimpanzees’ ability to delay gratification and their general intelligence:
Click here to read about our research investigating the metacognitive abilities of chimpanzees.
Click here to read about our research investigating the planning abilities of children, chimpanzees, and monkeys who performed computerized maze tasks.
Click here for an APA Science Brief about our lab’s research on self-control.
Visual Illusions in Monkeys and Humans:
APA PeePs (Particularly Exciting Experiments in Psychology)
Planning in chimpanzees, monkeys, and children:
Perceptual illusions about food items in Chimpanzees:
Self-Control in Nonhuman Primates:
APA Science Brief
Animals using computer games as enrichment:
Research about nonhuman primates and humans playing economic games of cooperation:
(with Sarah Brosnan, Bart Wilson, Audrey Parrish, Tim Flemming, Lisa Heimbauer, Kate Talbot, Susan Lambeth, and Steve Shapiro)
Research about chimpanzees’ ability to judge liquids:
Research about animals’ math skills:
APA’s Monitor on Psychology