Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews
Aims and scope
Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews is a journal of substantive reviews and short constructive critiques. The topic for reviews and critiques is animal cognition, broadly conceived to include research on animal learning, memory, and perception. In addition, Reviews publishes a small number of reviews aimed at a general audience.We encourage researchers in related fields such as behavioral ecology and neuroscience to consider using our journal as an venue to synthesize major components of their research program, and also, to build bridges, both theoretical and practical, with comparative cognition and behavior researchers who investigate complementary research areas.
EditorsCoeditors:Dr. Ronald WeismanDepartment of PsychologyDr. Robert CookTufts UniversityDepartment of PsychologyEditorial Board:Michael Brown, Villanova UniversityJonathon Crystal, University of GeorgiaRussell Church, Brown UniversityAnthony Dickinson, Cambridge UniversityMasako Jitsumori, Chiba UniversityPeter Killleen, Arizona State UniversityJohn Pearce, University College, WalesBennett Schwartz, Florida International UniversitySara Shettleworth, University of TorontoMarcia Spetch, University of AlbertaChristopher Sturdy, University of AlbertaEdward Wasserman, University of IowaThomas Zentall, University of KentuckyProduction Editor: Christopher SturdyGraphics and Web Design Chief: Monica Hurt, Queen's UniversityPublishers for the Comparative Cognition Society: Ronald Weisman & Robert Cook