R. Allen Gardner

University of Nevada at Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
Animal Behavior, Teaching Sign Language to Chimpanzees
"R. Allen Gardner"

Allen and his wife, the late Beatrice "Trixie" Gardner, were pioneers in the study of language learning in chimpanzees, first with the Washoe project and later (in the late 70's) with the second project involving Moja, Pili, Dar, and Tatu. More info on the project is at www.friendsofwashoe.org

Mean distance: 15.6 (cluster 25)
Cross-listing: LinguisTree - Animal Behavior Tree

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Gardner RA. (2006) Road to language: Longer, more believable, more relevant Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 29: 285-286
Chalcraft VJ, Gardner RA. (2005) Cross-fostered chimpanzees modulate signs of American Sign Language Gestural Communication in Nonhuman and Human Primates. 5: 107-132
Bodamer MD, Gardner RA. (2002) How cross-fostered chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) initiate and maintain conversations. Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 116: 12-26
Jensvold ML, Gardner RA. (2000) Interactive use of sign language by cross-fostered chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology (Washington, D.C. : 1983). 114: 335-46
Gardner RA, Gardner BT. (1996) On the Side of the Angels Contemporary Psychology: a Journal of Reviews. 41: 682-684
Gardner RA, Van Cantfort TE, Gardner BT. (1992) Categorical replies to categorical questions by cross-fostered chimpanzees. The American Journal of Psychology. 105: 27-57
Gardner BT, Gardner RA. (1991) Chimp-Language Wars Science. 252: 1046-1046
Gardner RA, Gardner BT. (1991) Absence of evidence and evidence of absence Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 14: 558-560
Gardner R, Gardner B. (1990) A Vocabulary Test for Cross-Fostered Chimpanzees Seminars in Speech and Language. 11: 119-131
Gardner B, Gardner R. (1990) Teaching Sign Language to Cross-Fostered Chimpanzees Seminars in Speech and Language. 11: 100-118
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