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Author Title Year Publication (up) Serial Volume Pages
Bugnyar, T.; Heinrich, B. Pilfering ravens, Corvus corax, adjust their behaviour to social context and identity of competitors 2006 Animal Cognition 2449 9 369-376
Lea, S.E.G.; Goto, K.; Osthaus, B.; Ryan, C.M.E. The logic of the stimulus 2006 Animal Cognition 2450 9 247-256
Hayashi, M. Stacking of blocks by chimpanzees: developmental processes and physical understanding 2007 Animal Cognition 2451 10 89-103
Lacreuse, A.; Martin-Malivel, J.; Lange, H.S.; Herndon, J.G. Effects of the menstrual cycle on looking preferences for faces in female rhesus monkeys 2007 Animal Cognition 2452 10 105-115
Watanabe, S.; Huber, L. Animal logics: decisions in the absence of human language 2006 Animal Cognition 2453 9 235-245
Neiworth, J.J.; Hassett, J.M.; Sylvester, C.J. Face processing in humans and new world monkeys: the influence of experiential and ecological factors 2007 Animal Cognition 2454 10 125-134
Beran, M.J. Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) succeed on a computerized test designed to assess conservation of discrete quantity 2007 Animal Cognition 2455 10 37-45
Hostetter, A.B.; Russell, J.L.; Freeman, H.; Hopkins, W.D. Now you see me, now you don't: evidence that chimpanzees understand the role of the eyes in attention 2007 Animal Cognition 2457 10 55-62
Alves, C.; Chichery, R.; Boal, J.G.; Dickel, L. Orientation in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis: response versus place learning 2007 Animal Cognition 2461 10 29-36
Sovrano, V.A.; Bisazza, A.; Vallortigara, G. How fish do geometry in large and in small spaces 2007 Animal Cognition 2462 10 47-54