Chris Kouwenhoven


Intelligence quotient


The cat's intellectual ability is highlighted by its ability to use the information retained to solve problems. Cats are able to form "learning sets," a skill once thought to be confined to primates. For example, cats that were trained to pull boxes on wheels showed they could combine that skill with their own insight to solve new problems. In one instance, a cat pulled the box to a specific location and used it, step-stool fashion, to reach a desired reward: a piece of food suspended from the ceiling by a string. The full extent of the cat's cognitive abilities is still largely unknown, but they continue to amaze their owners with their ingenious abilities, nevertheless.

Nieuwsbrief
Geen artikel missen?
Schrijf je dan in voor mijn nieuwsbrief. Het is gratis, je kunt je te allen tijde ervoor afmelden (en weer aanmelden), verschijnt maximaal 1x per week en bevat een selectie van nieuwe of aangepaste artikelen die geschikt genoeg zijn voor de nieuwsbrief.
* E-mail:



Stuur mij de Nieuwsbrief


Advertentie