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Comparative social cognition

By N. J. Emery, N. S. Clayton

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2009
Publication Title Annual Review of Psychology
Volume 60
Pages 87-113
ISBN/ISSN 0066-4308 (Print) 0066-4308 (Linking)
DOI 10.1146/annurev.psych.60.110707.163526
Language eng
Author Address School of Biological & Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London, London E1 4NS, United Kingdom.
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  1. Agonistic behavior
  2. Appetite
  3. Cognition
  4. Competition
  5. Cooperation
  6. Dogs
  7. Ethology
  8. Human-animal bond
  9. Humans
  10. Learning
  11. Mental Recall
  12. peer-reviewed
  13. Psychiatry and psychology
  14. Social behavior
  15. Socialization
  16. Species Specificity
  1. peer-reviewed