You will need to read chapter 4 of the book "Our Inner Ape" to be able to answer this. I haven't recived the book until now or I would of done it.
Short Answer Question 1
In this chapter, DeWaal demonstrates that among primates, there seems to be a deep need for reconciliation (or forgiveness) after a dispute. He gives several examples of this phenomenon as observed in chimpanzees. Briefly describe one of these example. Also, provide an example of how this phenomenon might be expressed among humans, either from the book or from your personal life.
Short Answer Question 2
DeWaal suspected that peacemaking might be an acquired social skill rather than instinct- in other words, it is part of social culture. He tested this with an experiment involving two species: Stumptails and Rhesus Macaques. In your own words, describe this experiment and how it showed that peacemaking can be learned over the course of social interactions.
Answer both question. If you use any websites, list the URLs. Your response should be at least a page, double spaced. Upload your response as a single Word document.
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