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Master of Arts (MA)
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Adult human listeners rated their perceived distress based on the recorded vocalizations of bonobo, chimpanzee and human infants. Results found that bonobos were rated highest, chimpanzee and human infants in the high arousal context were rated as lower distress, and human babies in low arousal rated lowest.
Kelly, Taylor, "Adult human perception of distress in the cries of bonobo, chimpanzee and human infants" (2017). CUNY Academic Works.