Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews is an open-access, peer-reviewed electronic journal of substantive reviews and constructive critiques in the area of animal cognition. The topics for these reviews and critiques include all aspects of research on cognition, perception, learning, memory and behavior in animals. Published by the Comparative Cognition Society, our web-based format is designed to encourage innovation in presenting information within the field.
Co-Editors: Marcia Spetch & Christopher Sturdy
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- Developmental Stress and Correlated Cognitive Traits in Songbirds
- Environmental Influences on Spatial Memory and the Hippocampus in Food-Caching Chickadees
- Mechanisms of Individual Differences in Impulsive and Risky Choice in Rats
- Experimental Divergences in the Visual Cognition of Birds and Mammals
- In Memory of Ronald G. Weisman (September 14, 1937 – January 27, 2015)
- A Social History of the Founding of the Conference on Comparative Cognition and the Comparative Cognition Society