Is bigger always better? Developing quantitative measures of cognitive ability in early vertebrates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution.

Kara Yopak, K. Heel, G. Goh, R.G. Northcutt, Shaun Collin

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe 34th Annual Meeting of the J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience and the 26th Annual Karger Workshop in Evolutionary Neuroscience
Place of PublicationSwitzerland
PublisherKarger
Pages74-74
Volume84
ISBN (Print)9783318008753
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventIs bigger always better? Developing quantitative measures of cognitive ability in early vertebrates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. - Embassy Row Hotel, Washington DC, USA
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Yopak, K., Heel, K., Goh, G., Northcutt, R. G., & Collin, S. (2014). Is bigger always better? Developing quantitative measures of cognitive ability in early vertebrates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. In The 34th Annual Meeting of the J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience and the 26th Annual Karger Workshop in Evolutionary Neuroscience (Vol. 84, pp. 74-74). Switzerland: Karger. https://doi.org/10.1159/000365303
Yopak, Kara ; Heel, K. ; Goh, G. ; Northcutt, R.G. ; Collin, Shaun. / Is bigger always better? Developing quantitative measures of cognitive ability in early vertebrates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. The 34th Annual Meeting of the J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience and the 26th Annual Karger Workshop in Evolutionary Neuroscience. Vol. 84 Switzerland : Karger, 2014. pp. 74-74
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Is bigger always better? Developing quantitative measures of cognitive ability in early vertebrates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. / Yopak, Kara; Heel, K.; Goh, G.; Northcutt, R.G.; Collin, Shaun.

The 34th Annual Meeting of the J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience and the 26th Annual Karger Workshop in Evolutionary Neuroscience. Vol. 84 Switzerland : Karger, 2014. p. 74-74.

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Yopak K, Heel K, Goh G, Northcutt RG, Collin S. Is bigger always better? Developing quantitative measures of cognitive ability in early vertebrates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. In The 34th Annual Meeting of the J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience and the 26th Annual Karger Workshop in Evolutionary Neuroscience. Vol. 84. Switzerland: Karger. 2014. p. 74-74 https://doi.org/10.1159/000365303