In the 1930s, two psychologists adopted a baby chimp and tried to raise her as their child alongside their real infant son Donald to see if this caused the chimp to learn human behavior. They
stopped the experiment after 9 months because their son actually started behaving more like a chimp.
In the 1930s, two psychologists adopted a baby chimp and tried to raise her as their child alongside their real infant son Donald to see if this caused the chimp to learn human behavior. They stopped the experiment after 9 months because their son actually started behaving more like a chimp.