|Reggie and a pal, wondering why Hampton won't do the podcast|
Her work looks at the evolutionary roots of behaviour and cognition using a comparative approach. She and her students look at things like memory, space and magnitude in four different species of primates (capuchin and squirrel monkeys as well as Hamadryas baboons and lion tailed macaques). The social housing they use allows them to look at social stuff as well.
We talked about her work about transitive inference in infants and monkeys as well as a bunch of other stuff.
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