Due to the incorporation of an evolutionary context, studies of the role of the brain in learning and cognition have made many discoveries in recent years. Based on the work of the contributors of the Fourteenth Annual Karger Workshop in November 2002, this issue presents a broad overview of cognitive capacities in vertebrates and suggests numerous pathways for future investigations. The authors present new findings that will shape our understanding of the evolution of the brain and behavior. Their work portrays some of the important issues in comparative cognition at the beginning of the twenty-first century. This publication is highly recommended to all neuroscientists, evolutionary biologists, psychologists, and to anyone interested in the evolution of the brain or learning.
Publisher: S Karger AG
Number of pages: 76
Weight: 260 g
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