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In 1960’s studies of rats, scientists found that crowding increases the number of attacks among the animals significantly. But in recent experiments in which Rhesus monkeys were placed in crowded conditions, although there was an increase in instances of “copingâ€
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Going with C...
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New post 25 Sep 2006, 11:06
C as well... E is irrelevant, and A, B, and D don't support the argument at all.
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should be C
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Same here C it is.

Argument is generalizing the behavior of Rhesus monkeys with *any species of monkey*.
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Argument is generalizing the behavior of Rhesus monkeys with *any species of monkey*.

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Looks like B.
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C looks convincing.
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I go with C.
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C

Agression for wider range of stimuli than other monkeys , covers all monkeys.
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C too.
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[quote="jerrywu"]In 1960’s studies of rats, scientists found that crowding increases the number of attacks among the animals significantly. But in recent experiments in which Rhesus monkeys were placed in crowded conditions, although there was an increase in instances of “copingâ€
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Easy C.
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