The ability to detect the direction of someone’s gaze is not unique to humans, as had been previously thought, according to new research.
Chimpanzees use others to get what they want, in a similar way to human beings, new research at St Andrews has found.
Lifetime Achievement Award for Professor Richard Byrne
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