Cognitive Ethology: The Minds of Other Animals: Essays in Honor of Donald R. Griffin

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correctness of this cognitive approach to ethology can yet be established by satisfactory evidence. But I believe that it can lead to fruitful working hypotheses to be tested by scientific methods. Even if such investigations eventually disconfirm these hypotheses, or more likely fail to settle the matter conclusively, the effort promises to improve and enrich our understanding of animals and of the relationship between human and animal thinking. (p. 479)


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The work described in this chapter was supported by grants from the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation and the National Science Foundation, BNS 8014329, 8414483, and 8616955. Preparation of this chapter was supported in part by grant BNS 8616955. I thank Alan Kamil, Donald Kroodsma, and Nicholas Thompson for postconference discussions, Anthony Wright and Thomas Zentall for comments on the study of same/different, Larry Kimball for assistance with the figures, and Jeff Galef, Donald Griffin, and Carolyn Ristau for critiques of an earlier version of the manuscript.


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