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Several species of animals have been documented to pass the mirror test.
Several animals have also passed the mirror test of self-consciousness.
Susan gives him the mirror test and discovers that he is still alive.
Another oxidation reaction is the basis of the silver mirror test.
The Rouge test is a specific version of the mirror test used with children.
Animals that have been observed to pass the mirror test include:
The doll was then put away and the mirror test performed using a rouge dot on the child's face.
Experiments have found that the following animals are able to pass the mirror test:
It is true that untrained pigeons have never been able to pass the mirror test.
However, dolphins have since passed the mirror test.
The mirror test is known as Znamya, Russian for banner.
Primates, other than the great apes, have so far universally failed the mirror test.
Mirror test is a test of self awareness and cognition used in animal studies.
Generally, only the handful of animals that have passed the mirror test are confidently considered to be self-aware.
However, varying levels of self-awareness in other animals has been postulated from experiments which are similar to the mirror test.
They can pass the mirror test.
"The mirror test is not the be-all and end-all of self-recognition," he said.
The clear implication of the mirror test is that animals who pass it are somehow closer to us and thus more deserving of our protection.
Humans tend to fail the mirror test until they are about 18 months old, or what psychoanalysts call the "mirror stage".
A current definition for self-awareness, proposed in the 1970s by Gordon Gallup, is known as the mirror test.
In non-human species and in children, the "mirror test" has been used as an indicator of self-awareness.
Yet Dr. Hauser and others dispute whether the results of this or any other mirror test are all that revealing.
The classic mirror test is performed by surreptitiously marking the animal with two scentless dye spots.
In the 1970s Gordon Gallup developed an operational test for self-awareness, known as the mirror test.
The Eurasian Magpie is one of the few non-mammal species known to be able to recognize itself in a mirror test.
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