By: Donald R Griffin
355 pages, no illustrations
Griffin moves beyond animal cognition to argue that scientists can and should investigate questions of animal consciousness. Using examples from studies of species ranging from chimpanzees and dolphins to birds and honeybees, he demonstrates how communication among animals can serve as a window into what animals think and feel. Also covered are the latest scientific research in cognitive neuroscience.
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