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.
Current Issue: Volume 16, 2021
See the Table of Contents, or click directly an article listed below.
- Learning Theory for Comparative Psychologists
- From Saliva to Faeces and Everything in Between: A Guide to Biochemical Analysis Using Animal Samples for Biomarker Detection
- It’s Hard to Be Social Alone: Cognitive Complexity as Transfer Within and Across Domains