Mariska Kret in the media: Chimps and bonobos may track eye gaze like humans
Researchers of the National University of Singapore and Leiden University have discovered that chimpanzees and bonobos share the contrasting colour pattern seen in human eyes, which makes it easy for them to detect the direction of someone’s gaze from a distance. Read more about the appearance of Cognitive psychologist Mariska Kret in the media.
- Chimps and bonobos 'track eye gaze like humans' in major scientific breakthrough, Daily Star 5 September
- Chimps and bonobos may track eye gaze like humans, Science Blog 4 September
- NUS study disproves old belief, says apes too follow each other's gaze like humans, Daily Heralds 4 September