- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Learning: Mechanisms, Ecology, and Evolution
- 3 The How and Why of Structural Plasticity in the Adult Honeybee Brain
- 4 More on the Cognitive Ecology of Song Communication and Song Learning in the Song Sparrow
- 5 Consequences of Brain Development for Sexual Signaling in Songbirds
- 6 Development of Spatial Memory and the Hippocampus under Nutritional Stress: Adaptive Priorities or Developmental Constraints in Brain Development?
- 7 The Cognitive-Buffer Hypothesis for the Evolution of Large Brains
- 8 Cognitive Mate Choice
- 9 Monogamous Brains and Alternative Tactics: Neuronal V1aR, Space Use, and Sexual Infidelity among Male Prairie Voles
- 10 Assessing Risk: Embryos, Information, and Escape Hatching
- 11. Predator-Prey Interaction in an Auditory World
- 12 What Do Functionally Referential Alarm Calls Refer To?
- 13 Adaptive Trade-offs in the Use of Social and Personal Information
- 14 The 3E's Approach to Social Information Use in Birds: Ecology, Ethology, and Evolutionary History
- 15 Prospects
- Cognitive Ecology II
- University of Chicago Press
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