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: Tom Zentall & Christopher Sturdy
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- Forgetting from Short-Term Memory in Delayed Matching
to Sample: A Reinforcement Context Model
- Imitating Sounds: A Cognitive Approach
to Understanding Vocal Imitation
- Recent Advances in the Genetics of Vocal Learning
- Where Apes and Songbirds Are Left Behind:
A Comparative Assessment of the Requisites for Speech