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Behavioural Brain Research in Naturalistic and Semi-Naturalistic Settings

Proceedings

Series: NATO ASI Series D: Behavioural and Social Sciences Volume: 82

Edited By: Enrico Alleva, Aldo Fasolo, Hans-Peter Lipp, Lynn Nadel and Laura Ricceri

466 pages, B/w photos, tabs

Kluwer Academic Publishers

Hardback | Dec 1995 | #67084 | ISBN: 0792335708
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About this book

A review of behavioural neurosciences in an ecological context, covering both theories and experimental procedures. Attention is placed on the hippocampus and its relation to spatial learning in different species, such as food-storing birds, homing pigeons, kangaroo rats and laboratory rodents. Various methodological chapters deal with measurements of behavioural events and telemetry, exploiting the perspectives of miniaturization of data loggers.


Contents

Part I: Brain, Behaviour, Ontogeny and Evolution. Historical and evolutionary aspects of vertebrate brain development. Nervous system organisation of Cephalopods. Part II: Bird Studies. Learning and memory of mammals and birds in laboratory and natural conditions. Neurobiology of homing pigeon navigation. Part III: Hippocampus - A Hot Issue. Spatial memory and hippocampal morphology in food-storing birds and mammals. Part IV: Behavioral Brain Research, Methodology and Telemetry. Telemetric measurement of physiological parameters in laboratory and field conditions. Ethological assessments of behaviour and recent software. (Part contents).

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