5 edition of Dolphin Cognition and Behavior found in the catalog.
Dolphin Cognition and Behavior
July 1, 1986
by Lawrence Erlbaum
|Contributions||R. J. Schusterman (Editor), J. A. Thomas (Editor), F. G. Wood (Editor), Ronald Schusterman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
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In this completely revised second edition of Cognition, Evolution, and Behavior, Sara Shettleworth addresses these questions, among others, by integrating findings from psychology, behavioral ecology, and ethology in a unique and wide-ranging synthesis of theory and research on animal cognition, in the broadest sense--from species-specific. The Cognitive Ecology of Dolphin Social Engagement Christine M. Johnson Investigating social cognition in dolphins is a complex, demanding task. Alien in senses, form, and habitat, dolphins are challenging to comprehend and difficult to study. As the previous chapters in this book have made clear, they are also.
About this book. Dolphin researchers have collected an impressive amount of data over the last twenty years, thanks to advances in technology for monitoring, recording, and analyzing dolphin behavior as well as increasing interest in exploring and modeling dolphins' cognitive capacities. Siblings In Cognition: Diana Reiss And The Study Of The Dolphin Mind. Dale DeBakcsy October 2, employing the latest technologies to gain a more complete understanding of dolphin cognition through experiments that give their subjects interactive choice and is the sort of book that once picked up has to be read until the last page is turned.
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Buy Dolphin Cognition and Behavior (): A Comparative Approach: NHBS - Edited By: Ronald Schustermann, Janette Thomas and Forrest Wood, Psychology Press. DOLPHIN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH contains 18 papers originally presented at the Hubbs Marine Research Institute in San Diego from 3 to 5 October The papers cover dolphin brain evolution, anatomy and physiology, event related potentials (ERPs) and latency in auditory processing, sensory and behavioral psychophysics 5/5(2).
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The dolphin was over 90% correct for lists of one or two sounds; over 80% correct for lists of three or four sounds; and about 70% correct for lists of six to eight sounds. As might be expected, she remembered the sounds near the end of the list better than the ones at the beginning.
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Hillsdale, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates, (OCoLC) Explore the concepts of dolphin behavior and cognition; Hear about and observe specific cognition research projects at Dolphin Research Center investigating: Why understanding a dolphin’s behavior and cognitive ability makes us better able to help them and their environment.
remembering. So dolphin cognition refers to how dolphins think, know, and remember. The overwhelming majority of experimental research on dolphin cognition has been based on the adaptable, highly social bottlenose dolphin, with a smaller subset of studies on the killer whale, the beluga whale and a tiny proportion of other odontocete species.
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Hillsdale, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates, Dolphin Communication and Cognition book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Experts survey the latest research on dolphin communic /5(6).
Dolphin is a common name of aquatic mammals within the infraorder term dolphin usually refers to the extant families Delphinidae (the oceanic dolphins), Platanistidae (the Indian river dolphins), Iniidae (the New World river dolphins), and Pontoporiidae (the brackish dolphins), and the extinct Lipotidae (baiji or Chinese river dolphin).
There are 40 extant species named Class: Mammalia. Bruck’s findings earned widespread news interest, and spurred new questions among researchers who study dolphin cognition. The striking durability of dolphins’ memories came as a surprise to Peter Tyack, a marine-mammal biologist at the.
The question of dolphin “intelligence” has long bee n a subject of intense speculation and dispute, ranging from early zealous affirmations (e.g., Lilly,) to vigorous denials (e.g., Manger, ). Here, I review what has been learned about dolphin cognition through 30+ years () of scientific.Experts survey the latest research on dolphin communication and cognition, offering a comprehensive reference to findings in the laboratory and from the field.
Dolphin researchers have collected an impressive amount of data over the last twenty years, thanks to advances in technology for monitoring, recording, and analyzing dolphin behavior as well as increasing .Many people agree that dolphins are sentient beings, but few would claim to know what being a dolphin is like.
From a psychological perspective, a dolphin’s experiences are a function of its.