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Getting in Touch with the Inner Ape

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Getting in Touch with the Inner Ape

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Getting in Touch with the Inner Ape

Getting in Touch with the Inner Ape

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World-renowned primatologist Frans de Waal talks about his new book Our Inner Ape. From conflict resolution to altruism, violence and sex, how much do humans have in common with our nearest primate relatives?

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Frans de Waal, biologist, ethnologist; author, Our Inner Ape; director, Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center; C.H. Candler professor, Psychology Department, Emory University

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