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Das Spiel Eines Jungen Solitären Schimpansen

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Nach einigen allgemeinen Betrachtungen über die tierischen Spiele wird das Spielen eines jungen solitären Schimpansen in einer einfachen Umgebung beschrieben. Auffallend war die grosse Erfindungsgabe des Tieres, die Möglichkeiten seines Körpers und die einiger einfachen Gegenstände zum Spiele zu verwenden; auffallend war es auch zu sehen, wie die Rhythmik die Freude an eigenen Bewegungen zu vergrössern schien. Ein Versuch, seine Spieltätigkeit mittels einer einfachen in Kindergarten benutzten Apparatur auf ein höheres Niveau zu bringen scheiterte durch Fehlen genügender Interesse vonseiten des Tieres.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratorium für Tierpsychologie der K. Z. Ges. "Natura Artis Magistra", Amsterdam

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2016-12-06

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