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18.10.2018 | Outlook

Thought control with the dopamine transient

Fine-tuning and coordinating neural activity is essential for an efficient brain. Athalye and colleagues (2018) provide important evidence that neural patterns can be streamlined by inducing dopamine transients.

18.10.2018 | Outlook Open Access

Memories of emotional expressions in horses

Proops, Grounds, Smith, and McComb (2018) suggest that horses remember previous emotional expressions of specific humans, and use these memories to adjust their behavior in future social interactions. Despite some methodological shortcomings, this …

15.10.2018 | Outlook

Even bees know zero is less than one

Across three elegant experiments, Howard, Avarguès-Weber, Garcia, Greentree, & Dyer (2018) demonstrate that honey bees spontaneously generalize an ordinal rule to empty sets, treating zero as less than other whole numbers. Their findings provide …

05.10.2018 | Editorial

Canine cognition

27.09.2018

Rapid eye movement density during REM sleep in dogs (Canis familiaris)

Dogs (Canis familiaris) are excellent models of human behavior as during domestication they have adapted to the same environment as humans. There have been many comparative studies on dog behavior; however, several easily measurable and analyzable …

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Learning & Behavior presents experimental and theoretical contributions and critical reviews concerning fundamental processes of learning and behavior in nonhuman and human animals. Topics covered include sensation, perception, conditioning, learning, attention, memory, motivation, emotion, development, social behavior, and comparative investigations. Formerly entitled Animal Learning & Behavior, this journal is a publication of the Psychonomic Society.

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