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Spontaneous rhythms in a harbor seal pup calls

Objectives Timing and rhythm (i.e. temporal structure) are crucial, though historically neglected, dimensions of animal communication. When investigating these in non-human animals, it is often difficult to balance experimental control and ecological validity. Here I present the first step of an attempt to balance the two, focusing on the timing of vocal rhythms in a harbor seal...

Chronometry for the chorusing herd: Hamilton's legacy on context-dependent acoustic signalling—a comment on Herbers (2013)

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Non-adjacent visual dependency learning in chimpanzees

Humans have a strong proclivity for structuring and patterning stimuli: Whether in space or time, we tend to mentally order stimuli in our environment and organize them into units with specific types of relationships. A crucial prerequisite for such organization is the cognitive ability to discern and process regularities among multiple stimuli. To investigate the evolutionary...

Action at a distance: dependency sensitivity in a New World primate

Andrea Ravignani Ruth-Sophie Sonnweber Nina Stobbe W. Tecumseh Fitch Articles on similar topics can be found in the following collections behaviour (758 articles) cognition (150 articles ... sensitivity in a New World primate Andrea Ravignani, Ruth-Sophie Sonnweber, Nina Stobbe and W. Tecumseh Fitch Department of Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna, Althanstrasse, 14, Vienna 1090, Austria