Animal Spatial Cognition:

 Comparative, Neural & Computational Approaches


Edited and Published by

Michael F. Brown
Department of Psychology

Villanova University

 

and

 

Robert G. Cook
Department of Psychology
Tufts University

In cooperation with Comparative Cognition Press
 of the Comparative Cognition Society
November, 2006


Table of Contents

 

What Would Tolman Think?: Space and Cyberspace
Michael F. Brown & Robert G. Cook
Villanova University & Tufts University

 

Linking Life Zones, Life History Traits, Ecology, and Spatial Cognition in Four Allopatric Southwestern Seed Caching Corvids
Russell P. Balda & Alan C. Kamil
Northern Arizona University & University of Nebraska
 

An Adaptationist's View of Comparative Spatial Cognition
Sue Healy
University of Edinburgh

Abstracting Spatial Relations Among Goal Locations
Michael F. Brown
Villanova University
 

Geometry, Features, and Orientation in Vertebrate Animals: A Pictorial Review
Ken Cheng & Nora Newcombe
Macquarie University & Temple University


Updating Human Spatial Memory
Holly A. Taylor & David N. Rapp
Tufts University & Northwestern University
  

Behavioral and Neural Mechanisms of Homing and Migration in Birds
Verner Bingman, Tammy Jechura, & Meghan C. Kahn
Bowling Green State University


Directing Neural Representations of Space
Sheri Mizumori & David Smith
University of Washington


True Navigation: Sensory Bases of Gradient Maps
John Phillips, Klaus Schmidt-Koenig, & Rachel Muheim
Virginia Tech, Duke University, & Virginia Tech

    
Functional Considerations in Animal Navigation: How Do You Use What You Know?
Robert Biegler
Norwegian University of Science and Technology


Exploration and Navigation Using Hierarchical Cognitive Maps
Nestor Schmajuk & Horatiu Voicu
Duke University

 


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