Cognition & Behavior Reviews is a journal of substantive reviews
and short constructive critiques. The topic for reviews and critiques
is animal cognition, broadly conceived to include research on animal
learning, memory, and perception. In addition, Reviews publishes
a small number of reviews aimed at a general audience.
editors both invite authors to submit articles and consider articles
submitted in the usual way. It is wise to write the editors for
guidance concerning prospective articles. The editors, associatie
editors, and invited reviewers critically evaluate all articles
submitted to Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews.
web-based format is meant to encourage innovation in presenting
findings and analyses (full-color presentations of figures, illustrations,
photos, and videos). The journal uses the Style Manual of the American
Psychological Association for guidance in citatiion, references,
and related matters. Graphics are to be consistent in style and
color within an article. Authors will retain copyright of their
articles At least initially, the journal will be freely accessible
on the web to all. Reviews are published on the world-wide-web by
the Comparative Cognition Society, a scientific society dedicated
to studying the mechanisms and evolution of cognition in animals.
must be submitted electronically in MS Word format to Thomas Zentall,
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0044, USA, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
or to Christopher Sturdy, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9, Canada, email address: