Biological Constraints On Learning

Biological constraints on learning refers to he limitations on a species ability to learn new tasks that are imposed by physical restraints or cognitive (mental) abilities of the species. For instance, although some of the great apes (Gorillas and Chimps) can perform many physical tasks and even learn how to communicate through sign language, it appears that they lack the mental organization or physical means to to learn to read or speak.

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