Behavioural Processes


Cynthia Reid wrote:
From: "Cynthia Reid" <>
Subject: Behavioural Processes
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000 00:21:56 -0400

Behavioural Processes
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The journal publishes experimental, theoretical and
review papers dealing with fundamental behavioural
processes through the methods of natural science.
Experimental papers may deal with any species, from
unicellular organisms to human beings. Sample topics are
cognition in man and animals, the phylogeny, ontogeny
and mechanisms of learning, animal suffering and the
neuroscientific bases of behaviour. Studies using
pharmacological, physiological and biochemical
techniques are appropriate provided they address
behavioural issues. Theoretical papers can be at any
level, from the cellular through top-down modelling of
the whole organism, so long as whole-organism behaviour
is a component. Quantitative treatments, neural-network
and other parallel models, mathematical or computer
models, are especially appropriate. Review papers should
emphasize behavioural data; interdisciplinary topics,
especially those that touch on the relations between
behavioural and neural properties, are especially
welcome. Most book reviews are solicited but unsolicited
are also considered. In addition to full-length papers,
short reports (less than 2000 words) are also
considered. Conference abstracts, reports and
announcements will be published at the editors'

Animal (and human) ethologists, physiologists,

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Editor: J.E.R. Staddon

Original posting date: 
Thursday, July 6, 2000
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