ACTSI Investigator Dr. Frans de Waal in the News

Frans de Waal, PhD, ACTSI investigator, C.H. Candler Professor of Psychology at Emory University and director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center

Scientific American | Making the case that animals are impressively smart
June 14, 2016

Forbes | Unsurprisingly, science finds a link between politicians and chimpanzees
June 10, 2016

RadioLab | Chimp fights and trolley rides
June 8, 2016

Emory Medicine | Voles who console
Spring 2016

New York Times | Do gorillas even belong in Zoos? Harambe's death spurs debate
June 6, 2016

Washington Post | Our fellow animals are starting to seem more and more like us
May 20, 2016

The Diane Rehm Show | Frans de Waal: 'Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?'
May 10, 2016

GPB On Second Thought | "Quirks & Quarks" | KERA Public Media for North Texas
Animals are smarter than we think
May 5, 2016

CBC Radio One | This Week: Do we really know how smart animals are?
May 4, 2016

The New Yorker | Inky the octopus and the upsides of anthropomorphism
April 26, 2016

Slate.com | Are humans definitely smarter than apes?
April 18, 2016

eScienceCommons | Is your memory better than a chimpanzee's?
April 18, 2016

New York Times | What I learned from tickling apes
April 10, 2016

Nature | Animal behavior: Inside the cunning, caring and greedy minds of fish
May 26, 2015

National Geographic | Watch touching reunion of rescued elephant and her mother
April 9, 2015

Wired | The intriguing new science that could change your mind about rats
January 28, 2015

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