[MARMAM] Announcement of Special Issue of the International Journal of Comparative Psychology

Stan Kuczaj s.kuczaj at usm.edu
Thu Nov 18 09:35:03 PST 2010


I am pleased to announce the publication of the following special issue of the International Journal of Comparative Psychology:

Research withe Captive Marine Mammals is Important - Part 2

The table of contents for this issue is listed below:

More evidence that research with captive marine mammals is important:
An introduction to the second special issue
Stan A. Kuczaj II
The synergy of laboratory and field studies of dolphin behavior and
cognition
Adam A. Pack
Overlap between information gained from complementary and
comparative studies of captive and wild dolphins
Kathleen M. Dudzinski
Observing cognitive complexity in primates and cetaceans
Christine M. Johnson
Studying dolphin behavior in a semi-natural marine enclosure: Couldn't we
do it all in the wild?
Amir Perelberg, Frank Veit, Sylvia E. van der Woude, Sophie Donio, and
Nadav Shashar
Recent studies on captive cetaceans in Japan: Working in tandem with
studies on cetaceans in the wild
Tadamichi Morisaka, Shiro Kohshima, Motoi Yoshioka, Miwa Suzuki, and
Fumio Nakahara
Can dolphins plan their behavior?
Stan A. Kuczaj II, Mark J. Xitco Jr., and John D. Gory
Blindfolded imitation in a bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)
Kelly Jaakkola, Emily Guarino, and Mandy Rodriguez
The occurrence and context of S-posture display by captive belugas
(Delphinapterus leucas)
Kristina M. Horback, Whitney R. Friedman, and Christine M. Johnson
Play in wild and captive cetaceans
Robin D. Paulos, Marie Trone, and Stan A. Kuczaj II
Ovarian follicular dynamics during the luteinizing hormone surge in the
bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)
Holley Muraco, Pat Clough, Valerie Teets, Dennis Arn, and Mike Muraco
Non-invasive multidisciplinary approach to the study of reproduction and
calf development in bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus): The Rimini
Delfinario experience
Raffaella Tizzi, Pier Attilio Accorsi, and Massimo Azzali
Advances in husbandry training in marine mammal care programs
Sabrina I. C. A. Brando
Marine mammals enact individual worlds
Fabienne Delfour
Learning about manatees: A collaborative program between New College
of Florida and Mote Marine Laboratory to conduct laboratory research for
manatee conservation
Gordon B. Bauer, Debborah E. Colbert, and Joseph C. Gaspard II


This issue has just appeared on the IJCP website (see below) and all articles are available for free download.  (You may also download the entire issue at once if you choose).
 http://comparativepsychology.org/ejournal.html#i234

Sincerely,

Stan Kuczaj
Editor, IJCP
s.kuczaj at usm.edu<mailto:s.kuczaj at usm.edu>
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