Frans de Waal, PhD, ACTSI investigator, C.H. Candler Professor of Psychology at Emory University and director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center
Scientific American | Making the case that animals are impressively smart
June 14, 2016
Forbes | Unsurprisingly, science finds a link between politicians and chimpanzees
June 10, 2016
RadioLab | Chimp fights and trolley rides
June 8, 2016
Emory Medicine | Voles who console
New York Times | Do gorillas even belong in Zoos? Harambe's death spurs debate
June 6, 2016
Washington Post | Our fellow animals are starting to seem more and more like us
May 20, 2016
The Diane Rehm Show | Frans de Waal: 'Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are?'
May 10, 2016
GPB On Second Thought | "Quirks & Quarks" | KERA Public Media for North Texas
Animals are smarter than we think
May 5, 2016
CBC Radio One | This Week: Do we really know how smart animals are?
May 4, 2016
The New Yorker | Inky the octopus and the upsides of anthropomorphism
April 26, 2016
Slate.com | Are humans definitely smarter than apes?
April 18, 2016
eScienceCommons | Is your memory better than a chimpanzee's?
April 18, 2016
New York Times | What I learned from tickling apes
April 10, 2016
Nature | Animal behavior: Inside the cunning, caring and greedy minds of fish
May 26, 2015
National Geographic | Watch touching reunion of rescued elephant and her mother
April 9, 2015
Wired | The intriguing new science that could change your mind about rats
January 28, 2015