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.
The HTML web-accessible versions of articles for Volume 15 have been delayed. This page and the table of contents will be updated when they are available.
Current Issue: Volume 15, 2020
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Special Section: Comparative Perception
- Functional Performance of the Visual System in Dogs and Humans: A Comparative Perspective
- A Comparison of Hearing and Auditory Functioning Between Dogs and Humans
- Is the Susceptibility to Visual Illusions Related to the Relative Brain Size? Insights from Small-Brained Species
- Crocodilians Are Promising Intermediate Model Organisms for Comparative Perception Research
- The Importance of Sensory Perception in an Elephant’s Cognitive World
- Avian Olfaction: A Review of the Recent Literature
- What Can We Learn About Navigation From Associative Learning?
- Teaching Animal Learning and Cognition: Adapting to the Online Environment