Question 9 The initial scientific reaction to Beatrice and Allen Gardiner’s claims about Washoe the

Question 9

The initial scientific reaction to Beatrice and Allen Gardiner’s claims about Washoe the chimp was to

reassess the capacity of chimps to use vocal speech

disbelief and criticism

develop applications of their techniques to humans with serious learning and communication deficits

begin developing the now growing field of primate communication

begin training researchers to extend their techniques to the study of non-primate higher mammals

Question 10

According to Jane Goodall, in which of the following ways are chimps and humans similar?

They both use at least some type of written communication

They both use tools to get food

They both are guided to a large extent by instinct

They both have a natural aversion to killing that must be overcome in order to eat meat

Question 11

Two brown-eyed parents may produce biological offspring that are blue-eyed

True

False

Question 12

The ____ are a tribe of black, Bantu-speaking people of southern Africa who claim to be Jews

Masai

Ibo

Lemba

Zulu

Question 13

The chimpanzees in the Gombe Reserve that were studied by Jane Goodall were

initially very reluctant to let her come within sight of them

friendly and affectionate with her from the beginning of her observations of them

extremely violent toward outsiders, whether they were people or “outside” chimps

among those chimps known to be most closely related to baboons

Question 14

A genotype reflects both genetic and environmental influence

True

False

Question 15

The example of Eugene Sandow, the “Mighty Monarch of Muscle,” was used by the author of your text to illustrate the

principle of racial variation in physical genetic endowment

concept of biological determinism

idea that the environment fully determines most physical characteristics such as strength

interplay of biology and culture

Question 16

Jane Goodall’s chimps chased, killed, and ate their own meat

True

False