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

By H. L. Roitblat; T. G. Bever et al. | Go to book overview

AUTHOR INDEX
Ackil, J.146
Ackroff, J.199, 212
Adler, H. E.56
Adler, L. L.56
Ahumada, A.649
Albert, M. L.600
Allan, L. G.326, 475
Amsel, A.10, 323
Anderson, P.611, 612, 618
Anderson, J. R.12, 64, 67
Anderson, R. M.642, 647, 648
Appel, L. F.379, 385
Arbib, M. A.410
Armstrong, G. D.136, 398
Asch, S. E.154, 375
Atkinson, R. C.366, 370, 375, 426
Attneave. F.185, 195
Aucells, A. F.85, 395
Augerinos, G.414, 418, 435
Austin, G. A.267, 269, 325
Baddeloy, A. D.118, 596, 602
Bagshaw, M. H.636, 638, 643, 644, 650
Balda, R. P.150, 422, 428, 504, 513, 514, 515, 517, 524, 525, 526, 527, 542
Balsam, P.322
Barlow, H. B.270
Barnes, G.32
Barrett, T. W.650
Barry, J.636
Bates, E.297,298
Bateson, P. P. G.632, 643
Baum, W. M.226
Beach. F. A.539
Beals, R.86
Beaman, D.361
Beatty, W. W.127, 128, 130, 430, 432, 433
Becker. J. T.175, 180, 592, 622, 623
Beekman, G. J.641
Beer. T.53
Bem, D. J.8
Benchley, R. C.215
Benedict, N.301
Benzies, S.643
Berg. B.127, 128, 426, 430
Berger. B. D.615
Berlin, B.246
Berman, A. J.633
Berryman, R. R.17, 18, 85, 361, 398, 401
Berstein, N.633
Bethe, A.53
Bever. T. G.9, 14, 15, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 179, 183, 184, 196, 199, 215, 291, 294, 296, 298
Bierens de Haan, J. A.53, 54
Bierley, C. M.36, 85, 111, 120, 121, 122, 127
Bindra, D.199
Binford. L. R.494
Bingham, H. C.10
Bishop, Y. M. M.89, 90
Black. A. H.414, 418, 435
Black, J. B.225, 593, 594
Blackwell. H. R.185
Blehert, S.633
Bliss, T. V. P.611, 612
Blough. D. S.20, 249, 256, 278, 279, 280, 284, 285
Slower. D.638, 650
Boakes, R. A.327
Bock, W. J.514, 517
Boehm, C.494, 503
Bolles, R. C.29, 31, 391
Bond, A. B.22, 127
Bordaz, J.502
Boring, E. G.54
Bossems, I.524
Bottjer. S. W.318
Bourne. L. E.312, 318, 325
Bousfield. A. K.12
Bousfield. W. A.12
Bouton, M.563
Bower. G. R.12, 64, 184, 195, 225
Boyd, M. G.601
Boyer. W. N.141
Boysen, S.57, 296, 300
Brady, J. H.85, 395
Braggio, J. T.377
Breckenridge. C.8, 593
Breslow. L.158
Brett, L. P.546
Brewster. R. G.109, 110, 111, 112
Bridgeman, B.632

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