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Primates expect others to act rationally Justin Wood Rhesus macaques were one of the three types of primates that responded to an experimenter’s actions. When trying to understand someone’s intentions, nonhuman primates expect others to act rationally by performing the most appropriate action allowed by the environment, according to a new study by researchers at Harvard University. Primates expect others to act rationally
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