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You'd see the same sort of results, but it's tempting to provide the more provocative and interesting explanation over the simple one.
TL;DR: Take these sorts of studies and stories with a massive pinch of salt - Researchers in this field like to report what they want to see rather than what might actually be going on.
I think people like to find "anthropomorphic" explanations for interesting behaviors of people, too. Adding meaning where there is none to a lot of what humans do, creating the illusion of free will.
People just don't like to think about how we're animals, too, and all that implies. I wonder how it would be different if the tokens or "money" was given to the monkeys only after they had completed a certain, somewhat challenging task.
As of right now, the "money" is just given to them. Humans value money differently because they can translate it into the amount of work that they would have to accomplish in order to obtain that certain amount.
They could perhaps take it further to have different monkeys reap different rewards for either the same tasks or different tasks.
Well I mean I think stealing from other monkeys and humans a whole tray of tokens is a somewhat challenging task. But thats just me.
When discussing this article, she was entirely confused where the reporter had gotten that idea from. I believe her exact words were, "I called Keith when I saw the article, and we determined that neither of us told the reporter that monkeys pay for sex.
That's just not true-- we've never seen that. He completely made that up. Can someone explain to me how they taught the monkeys to use money?
Also, as a side-note, I don't understand the grape-gambling experiment. Why would you risk losing one grape when you could walk away with two?
In the original experiment , they trained monkeys to take a coin and give it to an assistant in exchange for a grape. So, I think they conditioned them to understand that the coins were of value by placing them on a par with a grape.
It's like putting money into a child's hand and getting them to buy their own sweets rather than handing the sweets straight to them.
I'm not sure about the gambling experiment though Learned this in psychology. Didn't post it on reddit. You're either a good person or a bad redditor.
This article is just one layer of awesome after another. Just the idea that monkeys can comprehend currency is mind blowing.
Karl Pilkington - "So, there's this little monkey, yeah? And, so like, scientists were teachin em to, uh, like, use money, teachin em the value of it and stuff.
Pilkington - "Right, so, they started learnin bout money and what not, right, and uh, they found out that, uh, the little monkeys would use it to, like, pay for sex from the other chimp girls and what not.
Gervais - laughter "KARL! Stop talking shit! Right, this is the end of Monkey News. No more. Nope, the subclass is not Liskov-substitutable.
Put a human in the treetops and see how long they last without force multipliers. Here is the most recent research from this guy. Those monkeys have had an economy for over five years now.
It's probably in better shape than ours In the wild it has been observed that female chipanzees will offer sex in exchange for food quite often.
I'll look it up if I have too. Ugh I hate what passes for "science journalism" these days. Don't get me wrong, the topics discussed were interesting and we have done similar studies in social psych, but the writer of this particular article so obviously has little scientific background.
I can't really trust monkey experiments anymore. It seems like every time someone has a closer look it's just the researchers seeing what they so desperately want to see.
The part about the money for sex confirms this suspicion "out of the corner of his eyes he saw what he in his heart of hearts he knew to be true".
Well, that's okay then. Anyway, humans don't fail to save, at least not when the central bank isn't flooding the markets with easy and cheap credit.
They also pay for sex with grooming. Grooming is pretty much monkey currency. So prostitution isn't a new concept, they just found a different way to apply it.
This article mentions the "money for sex" phenomenon as an anecdote, not part of the study. The study does NOT prove or even support the hypothesis that "when taught to use money, monkeys will pay for sex.
I've never seen a fair exchange among humans either. All this study proved is that after all the drama and pretty looking tokens, the monkeys still went for the two things they understand - food and sex.
And in the end, the object was still food since the monkey who got paid for sex immediately exchanged the token for food. This study does not prove their grasp of money, but their grasp of the manipulation needed to get food or whatever the next most important need is.
This study only proves that the concept of exchange or barter to obtain something is wired even into more primitive brains than human.
And apes are capable of basic calculations, so it is not entirely impossible that a New World monkey can understand when he is getting two grapes for one token and remember it eventually.
Well, some species of ape have been shown to exchange food for sex. Transactions and proceedings of the Japan Society, London, Volume 1.
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Konstruktiv und respektvoll. A white token could buy one branch of grapes from people, a blue one - two, a red one - a glass of soda, and so on.
Soon, the monkey society became stratified. The same types of behavior arose in him as in the human community. Workaholics and idlers, bandits and accumulators appeared.
One monkey managed to lift the lever times in 10 minutes! I wanted to make money very much. Someone preferred racketeering to work and took away from others.
But the main thing that the experimenters noted was that the monkeys showed those character traits that were not previously noticeable - greed, cruelty and rage in defending their money, suspicion of each other.
As part of their study of economic behavior, the monkeys were given other "money" in the form of silver discs with a hole in the middle. After a few weeks, the Capuchins learned that these coins can be used to get food.Grasping the notion of currency simply means you understand that you can exchange money for goods and services. Wer alleine kämpft, hat weniger Deckung. Messi Schuhe 2021 wie man sich einen Chat wünscht. Home Science Psychology.