Provides an up to date review of the principal findings from more than a century of research into animal intelligence. This new edition has been expanded to take account of the many exciting developments that have occurred in the last ten years.
A comprehensive 1980 study of the way in which animals
learn particularly about the relationship between events in their environment.Book Format: Paperback. Number of Pages: 0190. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Series Part: 1
Do Animals have ideas? Do they experience pain like humans?
Do they think about objects that they cannot see? About situations that have occurred in the past? Do they consciously make plans for the future or do they simply ...
Comparative Psychology (second edition) is a core textbook for senior
undergraduate and graduate courses in Comparative Psychology, Animal Behavior, and Evolutionary Psychology. Its main goal is to introduce the student to evolutionary and developmental approaches to the study of ...