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The comparative approach to intelligence
Introduction Assessment of intelligence in animals Classification
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acquisition amphibians amygdala analysis anatomical animals appear archistriatum argued association auditory avian avoidance behaviour birds Bitterman brain bulb capacity cats cent chimpanzees classical conditioning comp comparable complex conclusion contextual variables contrast cortex cortical cues deficits discrimination dorsal effects elasmobranchs evidence example experimental experiments extinction fact forebrain forebrainless fish frontal function goldfish Gonzalez groups habituation hemisphere hippocampal humans hyperstriatum instrumental intelligence involved language learning lesions Mackintosh mammalian mammals mechanisms medial neocortex non-humans non-reward nucleus obtained olfactory olfactory bulb organization paleostriatum pallial pallium physiol pigeons PREE primates problems procedure projections prosimians Psychol qualitative quantitative differences rats region reinforcement relative relevant reports reptiles reptilian response retention reversal learning reversal performance reward rhesus monkeys seen sensory serial reversal shock similar spatial species stimuli strategies structures studies subjects suggest suppose tasks technique telencephalon teleosts tested thalamus tion trials turtles ventral vertebrates visual