23-COGS11-Animal%20Cognition

23-COGS11-Animal%20Cognition - Animal Cognition l Melissa...

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Animal Cognition Melissa Newton Cogs 11 IA Cogs 11 Winter ‘10
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hat is it? What is it? Definition: The process by which animals acquire information from the environment, process it, and use it to generate flexible and complex behaviors Strategy: Social intelligence hypothesis (Machiavellian): formation of mplicated social systems creates an evolutionary drive complicated social systems creates an evolutionary drive for complexity Prove cognitive complexity oals: Goals: Fully understand the concept of the “mind” Evolutionary evidence Conservation
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y Previous Research SC Pacific My Previous Research: SSC Pacific r Stuart Rubin aval Research and Dr. Stuart Rubin Naval Research and Engineering Internship Program (NREIP) achine/Dolphin/Human learning Machine/Dolphin/Human learning Transfer of learning Improve effectiveness and efficiency KASER: Knowledge Amplification by Structured Expert Randomization
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y Previous Research UCSD My Previous Research: UCSD r Christine Johnson OGS 160 or COGS Dr. Christine Johnson COGS 160 or COGS 199 nimal Cognition: COGS 143 with Dr Johnson Animal Cognition: COGS 143 with Dr. Johnson San Diego Sea World dolphin video project Evidence of social transmission and imitation Bubble rings
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Cognition: Whoa. ertains to this class:
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course COGN cogs 11 taught by Professor Maryboyle during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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23-COGS11-Animal%20Cognition - Animal Cognition l Melissa...

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