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The cognitive animal : empirical and theoretical perspectives on animal cognition

Auteur: Marc Bekoff; Colin Allen; Gordon M Burghardt
Uitgever: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2002.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"The fifty-seven original essays in this book provide a comprehensive overview of the interdisciplinary field of animal cognition. The contributors include cognitive ethologists, behavioral ecologists, experimental and developmental psychologists, behaviorists, philosophers, neuroscientists, computer scientists and modelers, field biologists, and others. The diversity of approaches is both philosophical and  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Aufsatzsammlung
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Marc Bekoff; Colin Allen; Gordon M Burghardt
ISBN: 0262025140 9780262025140 0262523221 9780262523226
OCLC-nummer: 48473900
Opmerkingen: "A Bradford book."
Beschrijving: xxi, 482 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Inhoud: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
The inner life of earthworms: Darwin's argument and its implications / Eileen Crist --
Crotalomorphism: a metaphor for understanding anthropomorphism by omission / Jesus Rivas and Gordon M. Burghardt --
The cognitive defender: how ground squirrels assess their predators / Donald H. Owings --
Jumping spider tricksters: deceit, predation, and cognition / Stim Wilcox and Robert Jackson --
The ungulate mind / John A. Byers --
Can honey bees create cognitive maps? / James L. Gould --
Raven consciousness / Bernd Heinrich --
Animal minds, human minds / Eric Saidel --
Comparative developmental evolutionary psychology and cognitive ethology: contrasting but compatible research programs / Sue Taylor Parker --
Cognitive ethology at the end of neuroscience / Dale Jamieson --
Learning and memory without a brain / James W. Grau --
Cognitive modulation of sexual behavior / Michael Domjan --
Cognition and emotion in concert in human and nonhuman animals / Ruud van den Bos, Bart B. Houx, and Berry M. Spruijt --
Constructing animal cognition / William Timberlake --
Genetics, plasticity, and the evolution of cognitive processes / Gordon M. Burghardt --
Spatial behavior, food storing, and the modular mind / Sara J. Shettleworth --
Spatial and social cognition in corvids: an evolutionary approach / Russell P. Balda and Alan C. Kamil --
Environmental complexity, signal detection, and the evolution of cognition / Peter Godfrey-Smith --
Cognition as an independent variable: virtual ecology / Alan C. Kamil and Alan B. Bond --
Synthetic ethology: a new tool for investigating animal cognition / Bruce MacLennan --
From cognition in animals to cognition in superorganisms / Charles E. Taylor --
Consort turnovers as distributed cognition in olive baboons: a systems approach to mind / Deborah Forster --
General signs / Edward A. Wasserman --
The cognitive dolphin / Herbert L. Roitblat --
Chimpanzee Ai and her son Ayumu: an episode of education by master-apprenticeship / Tetsuro Matsuzawa --
The evolution and ontogeny of ordinal numerical ability / Elizabeth M. Brannon and Herbert S. Terrace --
Domain-specific knowledge in human children and nonhuman primates: artifacts and foods / Laurie R. Santos, Marc D. Hauser, and Elizabeth S. Spelke --
The cognitive sea lion: meaning and memory in the laboratory and in nature / Ronald J. Schusterman, Colleen Reichmuth Kastak, and David Kastak --
Same-different concept formation in pigeons / Robert G. Cook --
Categorization and conceptual behavior in nonhuman primates / Jacques Vauclair. TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Cognitive and communicative abilities of grey parrots / Irene Maxine Pepperberg --
Cognition and communication in prairie dogs / C. N. Slobodchikoff --
Meaningful acoustic units in nonhuman primate vocal behavior / Cory T. Miller and Asif A. Ghazanfar --
Exploring the cognitive world of the bottlenosed dolphin / Louis M. Herman --
Chimpanzee signing: Darwinian realities and Cartesian delusions / Roger S. Fouts, Mary Lee A. Jensvold, and Deborah H. Fouts --
Primate vocal and gestural communication / Michael Tomasello and Klaus Zuberbuhler --
Gestural communication in olive baboons and domestic dogs / Barbara Smuts --
Animal vocal communication: say what? / Drew Rendall and Michael J. Owren --
Cracking the code: communication and cognition in birds / Christopher S. Evans --
The mirror test / Gordon G. Gallup, Jr., James R. Anderson, and Daniel J. Shillito --
When traditional methodologies fail: cognitive studies of great apes / Robert W. Shumaker and Karyl B. Swartz --
Kinesthetic-visual matching, imitation, and self-recognition / Robert W. Mitchell --
Darwin's continuum and the building blocks of deception / Guven Guzeldere, Eddy Nahmias, and Robert O. Deaner --
Integrating two evolutionary models for the study of social cognition / Brian Hare and Richard Wrangham --
Field studies of social cognition in spotted hyenas / Kay E. Holekamp and Anne L. Engh --
The structure of social knowledge in monkeys / Robert M. Seyfarth and Dorothy L. Cheney --
From the field to the laboratory and back again: culture and "social mind" in primates / Andrew Whiten --
Evolutionary psychology and primate cognition / Richard W. Byrne --
How smart does a hunter need to be? / Craig B. Stanford --
Insight from Capuchin monkey studies: ingredients of, recipes for, and flaws in Capuchins' success / Elisabetta Visalberghi --
A cognitive approach to the study of animal cooperation / Lee Alan Dugatkin and Michael S. Alfieri --
Keeping in touch: play fighting and social knowledge / Sergio M. Pellis --
The evolution of social play: interdisciplinary analyses of cognitive processes / Marc Bekoff and Colin Allen --
The morals of animal minds / Lori Gruen --
Eye gaze information-processing theory: a case study in primate cognitive neuroethology / Brian L. Keeley --
The eyes, the hand, and the mind: behavioral and neurophysiological aspects of social cognition / Vittorio Gallese ... [et al.] --
Vigilance and perception of social stimuli: views from ethology and social neuroscience / Adrian Treves and Diego Pizzagalli --
Afterword: what is it like? / Donald R. Griffin.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Marc Bekoff, Colin Allen, and Gordon M. Burghardt.

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