Brain, Behavior and Evolution (Vol. 63, No. 4, April 2004: by L. A. Giraldeau

By L. A. Giraldeau

Why may still behavioral ecologists pay any awareness to cognitive procedures? may chook tune complexity have developed as a method to promulgate an individual's cognitive features? is proscribed consciousness an optimum method or just a processing constraint? should still reports of spatial studying be moved to the sphere? Can released stories of behavioral innovation be used as a handy degree of an animal's cognitive skill within the box? 4 the world over famous audio system mentioned those and different questions on the symposium 'Ecology and the important frightened procedure' in Montreal throughout the assembly of the foreign Society for Behavioral Ecology. Their contribution provided during this booklet, illustrate the level to which cognitive techniques and the valuable fearful constructions that aid them were formed by way of common choice to satisfy the demanding situations of the ecological conditions within which they function.

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