Comparative Cognition: Past, Present, and Future
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No Downloads. Perceptual categorization is said to occur when a person or animal responds in a similar way to a range of stimuli that behaior common features! Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. The test compares an animal's response to a stimulus or event on one occasion to its response on a previous occasion!
A (Relatively Brief) History of Comparative Psychology
Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item Praise for the first edition: "This book communicates the intriguing facts about animal cognition, and how fascinating it can be to investigate animal minds, without talking down to the reader, exaggerating animals' mental capacities, or implying that outstanding questions have been answered A very unusual combination. Coverage is impressively thorough Wynne has a delightfully engaging, informal style.
Comparative psychology is now well into its second century, is thriving as an area of inquiry in the social sciences. Note: Citations are evoluion on reference standards. Bibcode : PLoSO. Comparative Animal Behavior. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Animal cognition describes the mental capacities of non-human animals and the study of those capacities. The field developed from comparative psychology , including the study of animal conditioning and learning. It has also been strongly influenced by research in ethology , behavioral ecology , and evolutionary psychology , and hence the alternative name cognitive ethology is sometimes used. Many behaviors associated with the term animal intelligence are also subsumed within animal cognition. Researchers have examined animal cognition in mammals especially primates , cetaceans , elephants , dogs , cats , pigs , horses ,    cattle , raccoons and rodents , birds including parrots , fowl , corvids and pigeons , reptiles lizards , snakes , and turtles  , fish and invertebrates including cephalopods , spiders and insects. The behavior of non-human animals has captivated human imagination from antiquity, and over the centuries many writers, such as Descartes , have speculated about the animal mind, or its absence. One of Aesop's Fables was The Crow and the Pitcher , in which a crow drops pebbles into a vessel of water until he is able to drink.
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Animal Behavior! Instinctive drift is another factor that can influence the interpretation of cognitive research. Spatial cognition in rhesus monkeys: Male superiority declines with age. For example, the time taken to find a single target increases as the number of items in the visual field increases.