Animal Cognition: Proceedings of the Harry Frank Guggenheim Conference, June 2-4, 1982

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H. L. Roitblat, Thomas G. Bever, Herbert S. Terrace
Psychology Press, 1984 - Psychology - 682 pages
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Contents

Preface
1
Understanding the Minds
3
COGNITION IN ANIMALS AND HUMANS
7
Acquisition of Functional Symbol Usage in Apes and Children
17
JUDGMENTS OF SIMlLARlTY AND DIFFERENCE
20
Contributions of Animal Memory to the Interpretation
21
Introduction
29
Brief Biography
46
Do Pigeons Decompose Stimulus Compounds?
333
Vll Summary
348
Pigeon and Monkey Serial Probe Recognition
355
Serial Position Effects and Rehearsal in Primate
372
Methods and Procedures
379
Cognitive Factors in Conditional Learning by Pigeons
389
Response Factors
395
Testing the Geometric Power of an Animals Spatial
409

The Road from Behaviorism to Rationalism
61
Behaviorism and Rationalism Back Again
72
WORKING MEMORY
79
The Drift Model
87
Rehearsal in Pigeon ShortTerm Memory
99
Conclusion
111
Some Problems for a Theory of Working Memory
117
Summary
130
Learned Equivalence of Cues
137
Cognitive Processes in Cebus Monkeys
149
Abstracting the Components of a Compound Stimulus
159
Working Memory and Serial Patterns
171
Cognitive Processing of Pitch and Rhythm Structures
183
Models for
199
Method
218
Discussion
224
CONCEPT FORMATION AND PROCESSING OF COMPLEX STIMULl
233
Patterns versus Objects
239
In What Sense Do Pigeons Learn Concepts?
263
Beyond Concept Discrimination
269
Form Recognition in Pigeons
277
Visual Search
284
Some Implications
311
Detection Association Representation
325
Some Issues in Animal Spatial Memory
425
Encoding Format in Spatial Memory
435
The Numerical Attribute of Stimuli
445
Discrimination of Stimulus Rate
459
No Variance
471
Switch Variance
479
The Late Data
498
The CacheRecovery System as an Example
513
Results
519
Knowing What Comes Naturally
533
Selection and Patch Depletion
539
Ontogenetlc Differences in the Processing
545
Summary and Comment
561
Discussion
585
Common Components of Information Processing
591
Applications to Memory Theories
599
The Hippocampus as an Interface Between Cognition
607
Functions of the Septohippocampal System
615
Brain Systems and Cognitive Learning Processes
625
Perceptual and Motor Skills
632
Author Index
657
Subject lndex
670
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