[MARMAM] Special Issue Published - Animal Behavior & Cognition

Hill, Heather hhill1 at stmarytx.edu
Wed Nov 16 19:46:52 PST 2016

On behalf of the Editors and Special Editors of Animal Behavior & Cognition,

We are excited to announce a special issue of Animal Behavior & Cognition devoted to papers that explore new models and methods for addressing communication and social cognition in dolphins. These papers are based, in part, on a workshop on this topic, organized by Denise Herzing and Christine Johnson, at the 21st Biennial Marine Mammal Society Conference in San Francisco last December.

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR & COGNITION Vol 3, Issue 4, November 2016

Out of the Mouth of Babes: Lessons from Research on Human Infants
        Stan A. Kuczaj II and Malin K. Lilley

Exploring Social Markets, Partner Debt, and Mimetic Currency in Dolphins
        Christine M. Johnson

Interfaces and Keyboards For Human-Dolphin Communication: What Have We
        Denise L. Herzing

Automated Video Surveillance for the Study of Marine Mammal Behavior and
        Jeremy Karnowski, Christine Johnson, and Edwin Hutchins

Methods for Discovering Models of Behavior: A Case Study with Wild
Atlantic Spotted Dolphins
        Daniel Kohlsdorf, Denise Herzing, and Thad Starner

Whose Line Sound is it Anyway? Identifying the Vocalizer on Underwater
Video by Localizing with a Hydrophone Array
        Matthias Hoffmann-Kuhnt, Denise Herzing, Abel Ho, and Mandar A. Chitre


Christine M. Johnson, PhD
Department of Cognitive Science
University of California, San Diego
Ph: 858-534-9854
FAX  858-534-1128

Heather M. Hill, PhD
Associate Editor, Animal Behavior & Cognition
Associate Professor
Psychology Department
St. Mary's University
One Camino Santa Maria
San Antonio, TX 78228

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