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The Clever Hans phenomenon

communication with horses, whales, apes, and people

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Published by New York Academy of Sciences in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human-animal communication -- Congresses,
  • Human-animal communication -- Research -- Congresses,
  • Interpersonal communication -- Congresses,
  • Interpersonal communication -- Research -- Congresses,
  • Errors, Scientific -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Thomas A. Sebeok and Robert Rosenthal.
    SeriesAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences ;, v. 364
    ContributionsSebeok, Thomas Albert, 1920-, Rosenthal, Robert, 1933-, Conference on the Clever Hans Phenomenon: Communication with Horses, Whales, Apes, and People (1980 : New York, N.Y.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .N5 vol. 364, QL776 .N5 vol. 364
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 311 p. :
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4257331M
    ISBN 100897661133, 0897661141
    LC Control Number81002806

      Clever Hans dazzled audiences and puzzled scientists. Brilliant minds studied the stallion, trying to learn whether it was all a trick or if the horse was in fact educated. Park Zoological Gardens, was equally impressed. In his book, The Mind and Manners of Wild Animals, he wrote that Hans “was a phenomenon, and I doubt whether this.   The historical background of Morgan’s Canon leads back to Germany in and is related to the famous phenomenon of “Der kluge Hans”, a horse who was said to have mathematical abilities. The horse and his trainer, Orlov Trotter, brought about a series of performances in Germany around the turn of the century where the horse used his.

    Clever Hans (German: Kluger Hans) was a German horse who seemed to be able to do math problems in his head, tell time, name people, and answer questions by tapping his hoof. When asked to add 3 + 2, Hans would tap his hoof five times. If asked my name, Hans would have tapped twice for 'B', paused, tapped 15 times for 'O', paused, and then. Musical ability also comes into the category of Hans' accomplishments. He possessed, not only an absolute tone consciousnessa gift granted to few of us in the human worldwhich enabled him to recognize a note sounded or sung to him as c, d, etc. (within the once accented scale of c-major), but also an infallible feeling for intervals, and could therefore determine whether two tones, sounded /5.

    reference to ‘the Clever Hans phenomenon’. Who or what was Clever Hans, why was he/she/it famous and what exactly is the ‘phenomenon’? Reading William O'Grady, John Archibald, Mark Aronoff & Janie Rees-Miller () Contemporary Linguistics (4th edition) Bedford/St. Martin's (page )File Size: KB.   Laasya Samhita and Hans J. Gross, “The ‘Clever Hans Phenomenon’ Revisited,” Communicative and Integrative Biology 6(6), Nov. Encyclopædia Britannica’s article on Clever Hans Oskar Pfungst, Clever Hans (the Horse of Mr. von Osten): A Contribution to Experimental Animal and Human Psychology (), originally published in German.


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It began in in Berlin, and The Clever Hans phenomenon book famous story became known as the “Clever Hans Phenomenon.” 4 The star of this episode was a horse named Hans. After 4 y of training by his master Wilhelm von Osten, a mathematics teacher, the horse was presented to the by: 3.

Hans was proving to be a clever horse indeed. Starting inVon Osten began parading “Clever Hans” all over Germany to show off the horse’s mathematical proficiency. As word of the spectacle spread, Hans’ free exhibitions began drawing larger and larger crowds of curious onlookers.

They were seldom disappointed. CLEVER HANS PHENOMENON: COMMUNICATION WITH HORSES, WHALES, AND PEOPLE is a series of papers on this phenomenon as presented at a scientific conference on the subject. Scholarly, enlightening and entertaining for any one interested in psychology, animal and human.5/5(1).

Clever Hans (in German, der Kluge Hans) was a horse that was supposed to be able to do lots of difficult mathematical sums and solve complicated problems.

Later, it was discovered that the horse was giving the right answers by watching the reactions of the people who were watching him.

The “Clever Hans Phenomenon” revisited Article (PDF Available) in Communicative & Integrative Biology 6(6):e November with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Many people know of Clever Hans, but author Tom Heinzen, an expert on the Clever Hans phenomenon, has added wonderful details about the story that achieved worldwide acclaim that.

The Clever Hans Phenomenon: Communication With Horses, Whales, Apes, and People (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences) illustrated edition by Thomas A. Sebeoke (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly Cited by: This article unveils a so-far completely neglected facet of the Clever Hans debate.

• Karl Krall's book Denkende Tiere (), officially reporting psychological experiments on animals, is the theoretical prolegomenon of a scientific animal parapsychology. Clever Hans and the other horses of Elberfeld were subjected by Krall not only to a process of mathematical education, but also to a Cited by: 4.

Clever Hans, a newspaper photo photo from Wiki Commons In the last years of the 19th century, in Berlin, a retired schoolteacher named Wilhelm Von Osten, who had an interest in animal intelligence.

What is meant by the Clever Hans phenomenon. animals can profit from unintended cues. What is the conclusion to be drawn.

In some subtle, unintentional way, experimenters do communicate their expectations to their human subjects, whose performance is then significantly altered.

Clever Hans was taught to count, or so he would have us believe, by his owner, a Prussian schoolteacher named Herr Wilhelm von Osten who was a. Papers resulting from a conference entitled Conference on the Clever Hans phenomenon: Communication with Horses, Whales, Apes, and People held by the New York Academy of Sciences, MayDescription: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.

Contents. Hediger, H. () The Clever Hans phenomenon from an animal psychologist's point of view. New York Academy of Sciences,Hess, E.

(, July) Space Perception in the Chick. Move over Mr. Ed, Clever Hans was the original horse who could communicate with humans in complex ways.

Well, at least it seemed that way at the time. This phenomenon began in the late 19 th century with a German mathematics teacher by the name of Wilhelm Von Osten. He was a student of phrenology, which meant that he adhered to the belief that.

The “horse” of the title of The Horse That Won’t Go Away is the famous (well, famous in some circles anyway) “Clever Hans,” and the sense in which he “won’t go away” is that the fallacy that has come to be associated with him (the “Clever Hans phenomenon”) continues to lead people into unjustified beliefs.

The Horse That Won’t Go Away is a critical thinking book. The Horse That Won’t Go Away: Clever Hans, Facilitated Communication & the Need for Clear Thinking.

New York: Worth Publishers, Lieberman, P. The Clever Hans Phenomenon: Communication with Horses, Whales, Apes and People. New York: The New York Academy of Sciences, Pfungst, O. The Horse of Mr. von Osten.

Gretel presents Hans with a needle, Hans says: ‘Goodbye, Gretel.’ ‘Goodbye, Hans.’ Hans takes the needle, sticks it into a hay-cart, and follows the cart home.

‘Good evening, mother.’ ‘Good evening, Hans. Read here ?book=[PDF] Clever Hans Phenomenon: Communication With Horses Whales and People (Annals of the New.

Title: Clever Hans: The True Story of the Counting, Adding, and Time-Telling Horse Author: Kerri Kokias Illustrator: Mike Lowery Age: At the start of the 20th century in Berlin a horse known as Clever Hans became famous for the many amazing things he could apparently do, from counting and telling the time to identifying colours and spelling out words using a special chart.

The Associated Press reports that Rom is writing a book "about his experiences."* I'm sure there will be few movies to follow. [update: further tests have revealed that indeed it was the clever Linda phenomenon that was at work in Rom's communicating.] further reading.

The horse, named Clever Hans, was known around the world for his inexplicable abilities. William von Osten put his amazing horse on display in.The Hardcover of the The Clever Hans Phenomenon: Communication with Horses, Whales, Apes, and People by Thomas A.

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Edited by T.A. Sebeok and R. Rosenthal. New York: The New York Academy of Sciences.