Monkeys in the NewsMonkeys In the News has alerted me to an Associated Press story today about a Nevada research lab, part of Charles River Laboratories, that is one of the world's largest suppliers of clinical and laboratory research services to pharmaceutical and biotech… The Magpie in the Mirror A typical adult human recognizes that the image one sees in a mirror is oneself. We do not know how much training a mirror-naive adult requires to do this, but we think very little. When a typical adult macaque a species of monkey looks in the mirror, it sees another monkey.
He received his B. A in child psychology from the college that became California State University, Long Beach a few years later. Inhe married Deborah Harriswho  became his life-time collaborator. Fouts earned his Ph. Career InFouts' career took a decisive turn after it was almost derailed by a disastrous job interview with Dr.
Allen Gardner in Reno, Nevada. However, Washoe, a chimpanzee, took an immediate liking to Roger, and leapt into his arms.
A few days later he was told he had got the job. The Gardners and Fouts taught the chimpanzees American Sign Language ASL by modeling demonstration and getting the chimps to imitate and by direct manipulation, where they arranged the chimpanzees' hands into the required shapes.
As the studies progressed, they found that the animals used ASL to communicate with each other. The apes created phrases from combinations of signs to denote new things that were brought into their environment. Loulis, Washoe's adopted son, learned basic ASL and over 70 signs directly from Washoe, without human involvement.
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Early life and education She was born in Dallas, Texas, the oldest of four children of Bruce Taylor Rogers and Lucy Mulholland Keener Rogers. She began college at the University of Tennessee, studying pre-med () and withdrew due to pressure that .
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Roger S. Fouts delivering Washoe's Eulogy Roger S. Fouts (born June 8, ) is a retired American primate researcher. He was co-founder and co-director of the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute (CHCI) in Washington, and a professor of psychology at the Central Washington University.
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Gordon Jones. Roger Fouts is director of university research at Central Washington University, and Debbi Fouts directs the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute. Together they are co-founders and directors of Friends of Washoe.