Self-awareness in human and chimpanzee infants: What is measured and what is meant by the mark and mirror test?

Infancy 9 (2):191-219 (2006)

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Keywords *Chimpanzees  *Cognitive Ability  *Infant Development  *Measurement  *Self Perception  Infants (Animal)  Mirror Image
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