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2005). Human infants, from 9 months, also prefer to look at someone who imitates contingently their actions on objects (Agnetta and Rochat, 2004). Chimpanzees also recognize when they are being imitated (Nielsen, Collier-Baker, Davis and Suddendorf, 2005). g. g. , 2005). Old World and New World monkeys are able to understand the reflected nature of objects, and are able to recognize ‘being imitated’, but monkeys do not understand the reflected nature of the self and do not test contingencies of self-movement.
Dunbar, 2003; Humphrey, 1976; Jolly, 1966). g. Russon, 2004). The search for the evolutionary origins of human cognition must be informed by the emerging list of shared capacities, as well as those that are unique to the human lineage. The other aspect of evolution that is important to consider in discussions of mirror self-recognition is that mirrors are a very recent technology (see Pendergrast, 2003). Mirrors were not in the Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness (EEA); thus, it is reasonable to argue that mirror self-recognition, per se, was not selected.
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