Some history of visual literacy

“In the sense that visual literacy is characterized initially by a capacity to read body language signs or gestures, recent work with chimpanzees suggests

“In the sense that visual literacy is characterized initially by a capacity to read body language signs or gestures, recent work with chimpanzees suggests that visual literacy, from an evolutionary standpoint, may have preceded man.” By John L. Debes and Clarence M. Williams.


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