Data from: Vocal turn-taking in a nonhuman primate is learned during ontogeny

Cecilia P. Chow, Jude F. Mitchell & Cory T. Miller
Conversational turn-taking is an integral part of language development, as it reflects a confluence of social factors that mitigate communication. Humans coordinate the timing of speech based on the behaviour of another speaker, a behaviour that is learned during infancy. While adults in several primate species engage in vocal turn-taking, the degree to which similar learning processes underlie its development in these non-human species or are unique to language is not clear. We recorded the...
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