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Social learning in insects

Here is a fun, short-review paper from Martin Giurfa that highlights how insect learning also extends to the social domain. The social context naturally suggests sophisticated cognition. However, Giurfa cautions us that we need to focus on mechanistic explanations of these behaviours.

Giurfa M (2012) Social learning in insects: a higher-order capacity? Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 57

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