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Animal Minds

The most recent volume of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society reports on a discussion meeting with an Animal Minds theme. There may be a few papers of interest, so here are the listings:

Discussion Meeting
‘Animal minds: from computation to evolution’ organized and edited by Uri Grodzinski, Nicola S. Clayton and Alex Thornton
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B October 5, 2012 vol 367

Alex Thornton, Nicola S. Clayton, and Uri Grodzinski
Introduction: Animal minds: from computation to evolution
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B October 5, 2012 vol 367

Lars Chittka, Stephen J. Rossiter, Peter Skorupski, and Chrisantha Fernando
Review article: What is comparable in comparative cognition?

Arnon Lotem and Joseph Y. Halpern
Research article: Coevolution of learning and data-acquisition mechanisms: a model for cognitive evolution

Cecilia Heyes
Review article: Simple minds: a qualified defence of associative learning

Murray Shanahan
Research article: The brain’s connective core and its role in animal cognition

Barbara Webb
Review article: Cognition in insects

Jackie Chappell and Nick Hawes
Review article: Biological and artificial cognition: what can we learn about mechanisms by modelling physical cognition problems using artificial intelligence planning techniques?

Anthony Dickinson
Review article: Associative learning and animal cognition

Amanda Seed, Eleanor Seddon, Bláthnaid Greene, and Josep Call
Research article: Chimpanzee ‘folk physics’: bringing failures into focus

Esther Herrmann and Josep Call
Research article: Are there geniuses among the apes?

Andrew Sih and Marco Del Giudice
Review article: Linking behavioural syndromes and cognition: a behavioural ecology perspective

Alex Thornton and Dieter Lukas
Review article: Individual variation in cognitive performance: developmental and evolutionary perspectives

Elizabeth S. Spelke and Sang Ah Lee
Research article: Core systems of geometry in animal minds

Sara J. Shettleworth
Review article: Modularity, comparative cognition and human uniqueness

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