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In the experiment both species had to learn an artificial grammar with non-deterministic word transitions. Marmosets only showed sensitivity to simple violations in the sequence, whereas macaques showed sensitivity to violations of a higher complexity. This suggests an evolutionarily interesting result with monkeys, namely, that those that are closer relatives to us demonstrate a more advanced artificial grammar processing ability than those that are evolutionarily more distant.


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