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Cognitive Neuroethology

This course provides an overview of cognitive ethology (the study of animal behavior/cognition in the natural environment), with a focus on the underlying neural structures and non-human animal communication systems. Several species will be examined, including, birds, non-human primates, elephants, and cetacea. In addition, the course will explore attempts to teach non-human animals human-based artificial languages.

Prerequisite: Psychology 202, 297 and 298.

1 unit — Jacobs


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2022 Block 5 Cognitive Neuroethology Bob Jacobs TBA 25 / 25 06/18/2021
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