Tuesday, April 28, 2009

An Indirect Comment on the Cognitive Capacities of Jurors?

Adele Conover, "To Fathom a Colony’s Talk and Toil, Studying Insects One by One," NY Times (April 28, 2009):

"'It’s fascinating that many cognitive functions — learning, planning, using tools — can be solved by brains several orders of magnitude smaller than ours,' Dr. [Anna] Dornhaus said. 'It shows that we should never underestimate an animal because it is small.'"


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