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Lori Marino and Debra Merskin, Intelligence, complexity, and individuality in sheep

Abstract

Marino & Merskin (2019) provide a comprehensive review of the cognitive abilities of sheep. If research with other animals is any guide, there may be justification for the view that the abilities of sheep have been underestimated, and their review will likely stimulate more research into sheep cognition.

Author Biography

Michael Colombo, Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of Otago, conducts comparative cognition research as well as research on the neural basis of learning and memory. Website

Damian Scarf, Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, conducts comparative and developmental research and is developing a free-range learning apparatus for pigeons (FLAP) to study comparative cognition in free-range animals. Website

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