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Why chimps can read. New York: Harper Colophon, 1976. , & Woodruff, G. Chimpanzee problem-solving: A test for comprehension, Science, 1978, 202, 532-535. Popper, K. R. Objective knowledge: An evolutionary approach. London: Oxford University Press, 1972. Redican, W. K. An evolutionary perspective on human facial displays. In P. ). New York: Cambridge University Press, 1982. Saarni, C. Children's understanding of display rules for expressive behavior, Developmental Psychology, 1979, 25, 424-429. Saarni, C.

His study of expression represented a subordinate aspect of his evolutionary program as a whole, and serious work on the problem had to wait until he had, in turn, taken up the issues of natural selection, variation, human evolution, and sexual selection in his major evolutionary books. Indeed, Darwin also paused to initiate a new program in his study of flower forms and plant movement before he finally completed the cycle of his evolutionary books. However, in the late 1860s, he finally turned serious attention to the subject of expression and began the reading and observation that led to his book.

Scientists may see further by standing on the shoulders of giants, but it is well to remember that every giant had a distinctive vision of his own. Summary Charles Darwin's work, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1872), hardly employs the concept of natural selection to explain the inheritance of expressive behaviors.

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