[MARMAM] new publications in International Journal of Comparative Psychology and Special Issue Announcement - Legacy of Stan Kuczaj

Hill, Heather hhill1 at stmarytx.edu
Sat May 25 10:08:39 PDT 2019

Dear Readers:

International Journal of Comparative Psychology has just published several new papers on https://submit.escholarship.org/ojs/index.php/uclapsych_ijcp/issue/view/2274

Of interest to members of this listserv, please note the paper by Marulanda et al. and Dudzinski et al.

Other articles may be of interest from a comparative perspective.

We would also like to draw your attention to a final call for submissions to our final special issue celebrating the Legacy of Dr. Stan Kuczaj.  As a developmental psychologist, Stan turned his creative mind to the comparative application of developmental phenomena to marine mammals.  Across his 20+ year career studying marine mammals, he conducted both captive and field research on a variety of topics from cognitive psychology to the anthropogenic effects on free-ranging dolphins with collaborators around the world. We hope that this special issue will be of interest to the MARMAM readership and invite your submission by June 15, 2019.  Please contact Dr. Heather Hill, with any questions.

IJCP is a peer-reviewed, open access, no publication fees journal.

International Journal of Comparative Psychology Vol 32 (2019) Table of Contents

Research Article


Domestication and the role of social play on the development of socio-cognitive skills in rats

                Sergio M Pellis,  Vivien C Pellis,   Brett T Himmler,               Klaudia

Modlińska,          Rafał Stryjek,     Bryan Kolb,         Wojciech Pisula

The role of outcome unit size in the collective foraging strategies of rats

                Luis Alfaro,          Federico Sanabria,           Rosalva Cabrera

Response-inhibition during problem solving in sheep

                Franziska Knolle,              Rita P Goncalves,             Emma L Davies, Amy R Duff,        Jenny A


Three Levels of Consciousness: A Pattern in Phylogeny and Human Ontogeny

                Beat Wechsler

Description of a Bottlenose Dolphin Calf’s Acoustic And Visual Exploratory Behavior Towards a Non-Alimentary Complex Object

                Juliana Lopez Marulanda,             Noémie Roynette,           Torea Blanchard,              Olivier

Adam,   Fabienne Delfour

Aristotelean-Thomistic Approach of Comparative Psychology

                Erika A. Brown, Charles I. Abramson

Brief Report


A Facet Theory Analysis of the Structure of Cognitive Performance in New Zealand Robins (Petroica longipes)

                Paul M W Hackett,           Rachael C Shaw,               Neeltje J Boogert,            Nicola S Clayton

Drinks Like a Fish: Neural Maturation Mitigates the Effects of Ethanol on Associative Learning in Zebrafish (Danio rerio)

                Troy Dogulas Fort,           Jacob Negley,    Tamara Mcewen

Spatial memory in hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus): Depleting/Replenishing environments and pre-choice behaviors in the Radial Arm Maze

                Maryed Rojas Leguizamon,          Nataly Yañez,     Felipe Cabrera

Special Issue on Contact


Methodological Considerations for Comparison of Cross-species Use of Tactile Contact

                Kathleen M Dudzinski,   Heather M Hill,  Maria Botero

Heather M. Hill, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology
Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Comparative Psychology
St. Mary’s University
San Antonio, TX 78228
Hhill1 at stmarytx.edu

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