Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews
Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews publishes review articles on topics in comparative cognition, animal cognition, and animal behavior, with a focus on comprehensive high quality review articles and short constructive critiques. We also publish brief reviews, innovation articles and how-to articles. Submissions that synthesize or build theoretical and practical bridges between related fields are also encouraged.
Due to the global pandemic, the publication of Volume 15 has been delayed. We anticipate having pre-press proofs up within two weeks for the entire volume. Thanks to the large comparative cognition community for your patience with the process.
Current Issue: Volume 14, 2019
See the Table of Contents, or click directly an article listed below.
- What Suboptimal Choice Tells Us About the Control of Behavior
- Behavioral and Cognitive Factors That Affect the Success of Scent Detection Dogs
- Probability Learning by Perceptrons and People