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H. H van de Rijt-Plooij
17 Nov 1971

    Geography
  • Tanzania
    Kigoma
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  • Gombe National Park
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  • -4.7   29.6167
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  • Mono
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  • NAGRA UNSPECIFIED MODEL
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  • Sennheiser MKH 815T
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Recordist Reference Number: N-Prof-90. Individual(s) with Sound/call type: Passion 2 panthoots, Gigi barks, screams, waabarks, Prof staccato, infant Squeak, staccato, Pom grunt. Observation of Context: Humphrey approaches after arriving in camp. Pom gives grunts, Passion gives pant hoot, sits down at the NE corner of camp, Gigi gives barks and screams, Humphrey slap stamps and chases Gigi into a palm tree with hairout. Gigi jumps to another palm tree. Humphrey sits down in the palm tree, Gigi gives waah barks (there after, Prof gives staccato?). …… Passion gives pant hoot. (Sounds in the background are from Gigi who is trying to approach Humphrey). Prof gives staccato after Passion ‘s pant hoot. [[ (page 52, Plooij (1984), Freud was was more responsive to any stimuli with staccatos then Prof.) Figure 13, p. 52) ….Much more group calling around Prof than Freud, but still Freud was more responsive/ gave more staccatos. (Plooij, 1984, p. 64, figure 15, % of staccato and uh grunts that were nonspecific declines from 1 month to near zero by 5-6 moths age. See also Figure 16, more chimpanzee related staccatos). (300 minutes per month, per infant; had to be good observation; observational control )]] Hetty says she speaks (Grunts??) Prof gives an infant squeak and staccato.

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