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Comparative cognition is the comparative study of the mechanisms and origins of cognition in various species, and is sometimes seen as more general than, or similar to, comparative psychology.... Connectionism and Classical Conditioning Michael R.W. Dawson University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta Canada T6G 2P9 1-(780)-492-5175 firstname.lastname@example.org
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reviews the history of comparative psychology and its relationships with evolutionary psychology, ethology, and other approaches to behavior from the perspective of a former editor of the... into Sara Shettleworth’s long review of information processing capacities in ani- mals. This is Fodor’s ‘modularity’ thesis – that animal information processing is ac-complished by a wide variety of modules that are domain specific, encapsulated, and so on. A stated aim of this book is to argue for an adaptationist approach to cogni-tion. The way in which modularity suits the
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Loneliness Matters for Mental Health and Cognitive Functioning. The impact of loneliness on cognition was assessed in a recent review of the literature . Perhaps, the most striking finding in this literature is the breadth of emotional and cognitive processes and … spanish to english translation pdf The journal publishes review articles which are original and significant and deal with all aspects of neuroscience, where the relationship to the...
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PHYLOGENETIC APPROACHES FOR RESEARCH IN COMPARATIVE COGNITION association = lecture notes gastroenterology and hepatology 2nd edition pdf Comparative Social Cognition of Dogs 26 Comparative Social Cognition: From wolf and dog to humans Enik Kubinyi, Zsofia Viranyi, and Adam Miklosi Eotvos University Dogs’ special domestication processes, their natural socialization to humans, and the possibility of tracing evolutionary changes by comparing dogs’ behavior to that of wolves, make dogs altogether unique for studying the
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The Journal of Comparative Psychology ® publishes original empirical and theoretical research from a comparative perspective on the behavior, cognition, perception, and …
- A Brief History. One form of learning that is well studied in birds is imprinting (Bateson, 1966, 2015). Imprinting is the mechanism whereby an animal acquires a preference for a particular stimulus due to exposure to that stimulus during a sensitive, typically juvenile, phase (Bateson, 1966).
- at the meeting of the Comparative Cognition Society, Melbourne, FL, March 17, 2000 and documents prepared for a workshop on ‘‘Data Archiving for Animal Cognition Research’’ sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health and co-chaired by Russell M. Church
- The journal publishes review articles which are original and significant and deal with all aspects of neuroscience, where the relationship to the...
- This paper on cognitive complexity in primates and cetaceans is a review of studies that use only observational methods. These studies include descriptive accounts, both qualitative and quantitative,