On the lack of evidence that non-human animals possess anything remotely resembling a 'theory of mind'

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Keywords CHIMPANZEES PAN-TROGLODYTES   RELATIONAL COMPLEXITY   YOUNG CHIMPANZEES   CALEDONIAN CROWS   RHESUS-MONKEYS   FALSE BELIEF   GREAT APES   SCRUB-JAYS   HOOK-TOOLS   COGNITION
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