Titles

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147APE AND CHILD, PART 1: SOME BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS OF A HUMAN AND A CHIMPANZEE INFANT IN THE SAME ENVIRONMENT*APE AND CHILD, PART 1: SOME BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS OF A HUMAN AND A CHIMPANZEE INFANT IN THE SAME ENVIRONMENT*1942b & w13 min16mm Development of human and chimpanzee infants: comparative tests during first four months. One of a series of studies comparing a normal infant and his chimpanzee companion who were reared together for nine months, with identical treatment emotionally and physically. (NOTE: Film should be projected at silent speed, ie. 18 frames/second.) (Restricted to use at the Educational Media Collection only)