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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- Note: Two New Article Types to CCBR
- Preface to the Special Issue on Animal Music Perception
- Animal Pitch Perception: Melodies and Harmonies
- Why Doesn’t a Songbird (the European Starling) Use Pitch to Recognize Tone Sequences? The Informational Independence Hypothesis
- Consonance Processing in the Absence of Relevant Experience: Evidence from Nonhuman Animals
- Music Perception in a Comparative Context: Relational Chord Perception by Pigeons
- To Err Is (Not Only) Human: Fallibility as a Window Into Primate Cognition
- It’s All a Matter of Time: Interval Timing and Competition for Stimulus Control