Primate Cognitive Studies (Hardcover)

Primate Cognitive Studies By Bennett L. Schwartz (Editor), Michael J. Beran (Editor) Cover Image

Primate Cognitive Studies (Hardcover)

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Researchers have studied non-human primate cognition along different paths, including social cognition, planning and causal knowledge, spatial cognition and memory, and gestural communication, as well as comparative studies with humans. This volume describes how primate cognition is studied in labs, zoos, sanctuaries, and in the field, bringing together researchers examining similar issues in all of these settings and showing how each benefits from the others. Readers will discover how lab-based concepts play out in the real world of free primates. This book tackles pressing issues such as replicability, research ethics, and open science. With contributors from a broad range of comparative, cognitive, neuroscience, developmental, ecological, and ethological perspectives, the volume provides a state-of-the-art review pointing to new avenues for integrative research.
Product Details ISBN: 9781108845434
ISBN-10: 1108845436
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: August 11th, 2022
Pages: 712
Language: English