Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have found that chimpanzees at the Kyoto University Primate Research Institute are consistently better at humans when playing simple competitive games.
We can't even compose proper sentences anymore... maybe the chimps will take over.
Ah, this explains why the chimps did better. "The 16 Japanese students participating in the study performed as expected: slow to learn their opponents' strategies" No wonder. Hey, I teach Japanese students every day so I can make such jokes with a clean conscience.
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
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