Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context

Szabo B, Valencia-Aguilar A, Damas Moreira I, Ringler E (2022)
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 44: 101115.

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Szabo, Birgit; Valencia-Aguilar, Anyelet; Damas Moreira, IsabelUniBi; Ringler, Eva
Abstract / Bemerkung
Interest in studying cognitive ecology has moved the field of animal cognition into the wild. Animals face many challenges such as finding food and other resources, avoiding and deterring predators and choosing the best mate to increase their reproductive success. To solve these dilemmas, animals need to rely on a range of cognitive abilities. Studying cognition in natural settings is a powerful approach revealing the link between adaptive form and biological function. Recent technological and analytical advances opened up completely new opportunities and research directions for studying animal cognition. Such innovative studies were able to disclose the variety in cognitive processes that animals use to survive and reproduce. Cognition indeed plays a major role in the daily lives of wild animals, in which the integration of many different types of information using a diverse range of cognitive processes enhances fitness.
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences
Band
44
Art.-Nr.
101115
ISSN
2352-1546
eISSN
2352-1554
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963030

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Szabo B, Valencia-Aguilar A, Damas Moreira I, Ringler E. Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences . 2022;44: 101115.
Szabo, B., Valencia-Aguilar, A., Damas Moreira, I., & Ringler, E. (2022). Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences , 44, 101115. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cobeha.2022.101115
Szabo, B., Valencia-Aguilar, A., Damas Moreira, I., and Ringler, E. (2022). Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 44:101115.
Szabo, B., et al., 2022. Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences , 44: 101115.
B. Szabo, et al., “Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context”, Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences , vol. 44, 2022, : 101115.
Szabo, B., Valencia-Aguilar, A., Damas Moreira, I., Ringler, E.: Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences . 44, : 101115 (2022).
Szabo, Birgit, Valencia-Aguilar, Anyelet, Damas Moreira, Isabel, and Ringler, Eva. “Wild cognition - linking form and function of cognitive abilities within a natural context”. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 44 (2022): 101115.

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