"I think a little bit, because I learned from the chimpanzees that there are good mothers and there are bad mothers. It is a tremendous advantage to a chimp to have a good mother who is protective, but not over-protective, and [who] is affectionate, playful, patient and, above all, supportive. I was so lucky to have that sort of mother myself. I might have raised my child that way anyway, but I certainly thought about the chimps. One thing I did think about as I watched the chimps is, 'I want to have fun with my baby,' just as the chimps do with theirs."