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- Matthew Crosby:
Building Thinking Machines by Solving Animal Cognition Tasks. Minds Mach. 30(4): 589-615 (2020)
- Stephanie Denison, Michael Mack, Yang Xu, Blair C. Armstrong:
Proceedings of the 42th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society - Developing a Mind: Learning in Humans, Animals, and Machines, CogSci 2020, virtual, July 29 - August 1, 2020. cognitivesciencesociety.org 2020 [contents]
- Elske van der Vaart, Charlotte K. Hemelrijk:
'Theory of mind' in animals: ways to make progress. Synth. 191(3): 335-354 (2014)
- Valentina Cardella, Alessandra Falzone, Antonino Pennisi:
From individual minds to social ones. Cooperation and the structure of animal and human societies. CogSci 2013
- Donald M. Morrison, Xiangen Hu:
Animal Cognition, Epistemic Fluency, Social Networks and the Scientific Habit of Mind. ICMLA (2) 2012: 375-380
- Vijayakumar Maragal Venkatamuni, Darryl N. Davis:
Principles of Artificial Economics in Animal Minds. Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition 2008: 200-207
- Colin G. Beer:
Marc Bekoff and Dale Jamieson, eds., Readings in Animal Cognition, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996, xv + 379 pp., $30.00 (paper), ISBN 0-262-52208-X. Minds Mach. 9(1): 156-160 (1999)
- Sunil Cherian, Wade Troxell:
David McFarland and Thomas Bösser, Intelligent Behavior in Animals and Robots. Minds Mach. 7(3): 452-456 (1997)
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