[MARMAM] International Journal of Comparative Psychology: Special Issue - A Tribute to Dr. Stan Kuczaj

Hill, Heather hhill1 at stmarytx.edu
Fri Nov 25 16:14:01 PST 2016

Dear Readers:

International Journal of Comparative Psychology has just published its latest issue on www.eScholarship.org<http://www.eScholarship.org>

Including several new research papers, we would also like to draw attention to the first part of a Special Issue dedicated to Dr. Stan Kuczaj and his influence on the study of marine mammals.


Dr. Heather M. Hill

Heather M. Hill, PhD, Editor-in-Chief

Associate Professor

Department of Psychology

St. Mary's University

hhill1 at stmarytx.edu<mailto:hhill1 at stmarytx.edu>

International Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 29, Iss 1 (2016) Table of Contents




Memories - Stanley "Stan" A. Kuczaj, II

        Heather M Hill

Stan Kuczaj Tribute


A Legacy of Research Inspired by Dr. Stan Kuczaj (1950 - 2016) A Special Issue - Part 1

        Heather M. Hill,        Marie Trone,    Rachel Walker,  Holli C. Eskelinen

Neither Toy nor Tool: Grass-wearing Behavior among Free-Ranging Bottlenose Dolphins in Western Florida

        Ann Weaver,     Stan Kuczaj

Variety and use of objects carried by provisioned wild Australian humpback dolphins (Sousa sahulensis) in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, Australia

        Tamzin M Barber

Behavioral lateralization in the Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus


        Kara Tyler-Julian,      Kate M Chapman, Candice Frances,        Gordon B Bauer

Lateralized Behavior of Bottlenose Dolphins Using an Underwater Maze

        Fay E Clark,    Stan A Kuczaj II

Mating Behaviors Exhibited by a Captive Male Pacific Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens)

        Jessica M McCord,       Erin E. Frick,  Dianne Cameron, Stan A Kuczaj, II

The Development of Echolocation in Bottlenose Dolphins

        Jennifer Hendry Harder, Heather M. Hill,        Kathleen M. Dudzinski,  Karissa

Tranel Sanabria,        Sara Guarino,   Stan A. Kuczaj, II

Chickadee behavioural response to varying threat levels of predator and conspecific calls

        Jenna V. Congdon,       Allison H. Hahn,        Neil McMillan,  Marc T. Avey,   Christopher

B. Sturdy

Perspectives on the Function of Behaviors Synchronized with Calling in Female Killer Whales, Orcinus orca: Patterns of Bubbling and Nodding in Bouts

        Ann E. Bowles,  Whitney B. Musser,      Samuel L. Denes,        Dawn M. Grebner,        Kelly

Flaherty Clark

Dolphins signal success by producing a victory squeal

        Dianna Samuelson Dibble,        Kaitlin Rhianna Van Alstyne,    Sam Ridgway

Flexibility and Use of a Novel Tool in Asian Small Clawed Otters (Aonyx


        Erin Elizabeth Frick,   Leor Friedman,  Jessica Peranteau,      Kaitlyn

Beacham,        Stan A Kuczaj II

Performance on a Means End Task by Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus) in a Positive Reinforcement-Based Protected Contact Setting

        Lauren Highfill,        Jessica M. Spencer,     Otto Fad,       Ann Marie Arnold

Investigating the Effects of Applied Learning Principles on the "Create"

Response in Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus)

        Mary Katherine Lawrence,        Jill L. Borger-Turner,  Ted N. Turner,  Holli C.


Mirror perception in mice: Preference for and stress reduction by mirrors and stress reduction by mirror

        Shigeru Watanabe

Responses to Familiar and Unfamiliar Humans by Belugas (Delphinapterus leucas), Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), & Pacific White-Sided Dolphins (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens): A Replication and Extension

        Heather M. Hill,        Deirdre Yeater, Sarah Gallup,   Sara Guarino,   Steve

Lacy,   Tricia Dees,    Stan Kuczaj

Research Article


Spatial overshadowing in pigeons: Evidence for an acquisition deficit

        Jared Wong,     Kenneth J. Leising,     Aaron P Blaisdell

Animal Communication and Human Language: An overview

        Leonardo Barón Birchenall

Pinning in the play fighting of rats: A comparative perspective with methodological recommendations

        Stephanie M Himmler,    Brett T Himmler,        Rafał Stryjek,  Klaudia

Modlińska,      Wojciech Pisula,        Sergio M Pellis

Ring-tailed coatis anointing with soap: a new variation of self-medication culture?

        Aline D. C. Gasco,      Andrés M. Pérez-Acosta, Patrícia Ferreira Monticelli

Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus pygmaeus) and children (Homo sapiens) use stick tools in a puzzle box task involving semantic prospection

        Ashlynn M. Keller,      Caroline M. DeLong

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