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Anderson B. Dendrites and cognition: A negative pilot study in the rat 1995 Intelligence 3453 20 291-308
Anderson, J.R. Self-recognition in dolphins: credible cetaceans; compromised criteria, controls, and conclusions 1995 Consciousness and Cognition 4163 4 239-243
Barnes, H.G.; Tucker, R.L.; Grant, B.D.; Roberts, G.D.; Prades, M. Lag screw stabilization of a cervical vertebral fracture by use of computed tomography in a horse 1995 Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 3744 206 221-223
Bateson, M.; Kacelnik, A. Accuracy of memory for amount in the foraging starling,Sturnus vulgaris 1995 Animal Behaviour. 2110 50 431-443
Beer C.G. Trial and error in the evolution of cognition 1995 Behavioural Processes 3455 35 215-224
Ben-Shahar, R. Habitat classification in relation to movements and densities of ungulates in a semi-arid savanna 1995 African Journal of Ecology 2227 33 50-63
Boyd, R.; Richerson, P.J. Why does culture increase human adaptability? 1995 Ethology and Sociobiology 4196 16 125-143
Boysen, S.T.; Berntson, G.G. Responses to quantity: perceptual versus cognitive mechanisms in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) 1995 Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes 2783 21 82-86
Byrnl, R.W.; Tomasello, M. Do rats ape? 1995 Animal Behaviour. 589 50 1417-1420
Call, J.; Tomasello, M. Use of social information in the problem solving of orangutans (<em>Pongo pygmaeus</em>) and human children (<em>Homo sapiens</em>) 1995 Journal of Comparative Psychology 5448 109 308-320