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Decades of research examining apes’ social intelligence is biased and flawed

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Reports on research by Kim Bard and colleagues at Sussex and in the US which argues that decades of research examining apes’ social intelligence is biased and flawed.

Period31 Aug 2017 → 14 Sep 2017

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TitleIs the chimpanzee a non-human person?
Media name / outletThe Independent
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date14/09/17
DescriptionA feature on apes' rights discusses recently published research by Kim Bard and colleagues on human bias in research examining apes' intelligence.
Producer / AuthorAshley Coates
URLwww.independent.co.uk/news/long_reads/is-this-chimpanzee-a-non-human-person-a7941876.html
PersonsKim Bard
TitleAre apes as smart as us? Researchers say current primate intelligence tests are fundamentally flawed
Media name / outletDaily Mail
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
(Note: report contains a major inaccuracy, that researchers condone cross-fostering, repeated throughout.)
Producer / AuthorCecile Borkhataria
URLwww.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4841620/Why-apes-abilities-misunderstood-decades.html
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletPhys Org
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorPhys Org
URLhttps://phys.org/news/2017-08-apes-abilities-misunderstood-decades-poor.html
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletScience Daily
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorScience Daily
URLhttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170831091457.htm
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletScienMag
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorScienMag
URLhttps://scienmag.com/apes-abilities-misunderstood-by-decades-of-poor-science/
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science, paper argues
Media name / outletLaboratory Equipment
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorLaboratory Equipment
URLhttps://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2017/08/apes-abilities-misunderstood-decades-poor-science-paper-argues#.WagaDNI-Zpg.twitter
PersonsKim Bard
TitleNew study of Ape cognition shows we're not all that unique
Media name / outletPsychology Today
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorMarc Bekoff
URLhttps://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/animal-emotions/201708/new-study-ape-cognition-shows-were-not-all-unique
PersonsKim Bard
TitleGreat apes abilities misunderstood in decades of research by human hubris
Media name / outletAkkadian Times
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorAkkadian Times
URLakkadiantimes.com/2017/09/great-apes-abilities-misunderstood-in-decades-of-research-by-human-hubris/
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletPionic
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorPionic
URLhttps://pionic.org/apes-abilities-misunderstood-by-decades-of-poor-science
PersonsKim Bard
TitleGreat apes abilities misunderstood in decades of research by human hubris
Media name / outletXME Science
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorTibi Puiu
URLwww.zmescience.com/science/news-science/great-apes-misunderstood-0432423/
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletBright Surf
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorBright Surf
URLhttps://www.brightsurf.com/news/article/083117437314/apes-abilities-misunderstood-by-decades-of-poor-science.html
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletALN Magazine
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorALN Magazine
URLhttps://www.alnmag.com/news/2017/08/apes-abilities-misunderstood-decades-poor-science
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletScience Newsline
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReport on research by Kim Bard which argues that decades of research examining apes' social intelligence is biased and flawed.
Producer / AuthorScience Newsline
URLwww.sciencenewsline.com/news/2017083114220053.html
PersonsKim Bard
TitleApes' abilities misunderstood by decades of poor science
Media name / outletScience Codex
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date31/08/17
DescriptionReports on research by Professor Kim Bard and colleagues at Sussex and in the US which argues that decades of research examining apes’ social intelligence is biased and flawed
Producer / AuthorUniversity of Portsmouth
URLwww.sciencecodex.com/apes-abilities-misunderstood-decades-poor-science-614107
PersonsKim Bard

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