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Comparative cognition : experimental explorations of animal intelligence
edited by Edward A. Wasserman, Thomas R. Zentall.
 
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Online
       
D.H. Hill Library Call Number
  Stacks (8th floor) QL785 .C535 2006 (Browse Shelf) Available
       
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks QL785 .C535 2006 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 0195167651 (cl : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 019516766X (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 9780195167658
  • ISBN: 9780195167665
  • OCLC Number: 60856275
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  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Table of Contents

12. Properties of time-place learning / Christina M. Thorpe and Donald M. Wilkie -- 13. Behavioristic, cognitive, biological, and quantitative explanations of timing / Russell M. Church -- 14. Sensitivity to time : implications for the representation of time / Jonathon D. Crystal -- 15. Time and number : learning, psychophysics, stimulus control, and retention / J. Gregor Fetterman -- 16. Relational discrimination learning in pigeons / Robert G. Cook and Edward A. Wasserman -- 17. A modified feature theory as an account of pigeon visual categorization / Ludwig Huber and Ulrike Aust -- 18. Category structure and typicality effects / Masako Jitsumori --19. Similarity and difference in the conceptual systems of primates : the unobservability hypothesis / Jennifer Vonk and Daniel J. Povinelli -- 20. Rule learning, memorization strategies, switching attention between local and global levels of perception, and optimality in avian visual categorization / Charles P. Shimp, Walter T. Herbranson, Thane Fremouw and Alyson L. Froehlich -- 21. Responses and acquired equivalence classes / Peter J. Urcuioli -- 22. Spatial patterns : behavioral control and cognitive representation / Michael F. Brown -- 23. The structure of sequential behavior / Stephen B. Fountain --24. Truly random operant responding : results and reasons / Greg Jensen, Claire Miller and Allen Neuringer -- 25. The simultaneous chain : a new look at serially organized behavior / Herbert Terrace -- 26. Cognitive adaptations for tool-related behavior in New Caledonian crows / Alex Kacelnik, Jackie Chappell, Ben Kenward and Alex A. S. Weir -- 27. What is challenging about tool use? The Capuchin's perspective / Elisabetta Visalberghi and Dorothy Fragaszy -- 28. Intelligences and brains : an evolutionary bird's eye view / Juan D. Delius and Julia A. M. Delius -- 29. How do dolphins solve problems? / Stan A. Kuczaj II and Rachel Thames Walker --30. The comparative cognition of caching / S. R. De Kort, S. Tebbich, J. M. Dally, N. J. Emery and N. S. Clayton -- 31. The neural basis of cognitive flexibility in birds / Shigeru Watanabe -- 32. Chimpanzee social cognition in early life : comparative-developmental perspective / Masaki Tomonaga, Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi, Yuu Mizuno, Sanae Okamoto, Masami K. Yamaguchi, Daisuke Kosugi, Kim A. Bard, Masayuki Tanaka and Tetsuro Matsuzawa -- 33. Stimuli signaling rewards that follow a less-preferred event are themselves preferred : implications for cognitive dissonance / Thomas R. Zentall, Tricia S. Clement, Andrea M. Friedrich and Kelly A. DiGian --5. Reaction-time explorations of visual perception, attention, and decision in pigeons / Donald S. Blough -- 6. Selective attention, priming, and foraging behavior / Alan C. Kamil and Alan B. Bond -- 7. Attention as it is manifest across species / David A. Washburn and Lauren A. Taglialatela -- 8. The questions of temporal and spatial displacement in animal cognition / William A. Roberts -- 9. Memory processing / Anthony A. Wright -- 10. Arthropod navigation : ants, bees, crabs, spiders finding their way / Ken Cheng -- 11. Comparative spatial cognition : processes in landmark- and surface-based place finding / Marcia L. Spetch and Debbie M. Kelly --Comparative cognition : a natural science approach to the study of animal intelligence / Edward A. Wasserman and Thomas R. Zentall -- 1. Grouping and segmentation of visual objects by baboons (Papio papio) and humans (Homo sapiens) / Joel Fagot and Isabelle Barbet -- 2. Seeing what is not three : illusion, completion, and spatiotemporal boundary formation in comparative perspective / Kazuo Fujita -- 3. The cognitive chicken : visual and spatial cognition in a nonmammalian brain / Giorgio Vallortigara -- 4. The comparative psychology of absolute pitch / Ronald G. Weisman, Mitchel T. Williams, Jerome S. Cohen, Milan G. Njegovan and Christopher B. Sturdy --Postscript : an essay on the study of cognition in animals / Stewart H. Hulse.
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