Welcome to the Animal Cognition Network


Compiling scientific evidence on animal minds and emotions

 

The Animal Cognition Network is designed to help researchers and public keep up with the scientific evidence on animal minds and emotions, by compiling a database focused on the current scientific literature on animal cognition research.

Some of the topics of interest include sensory mechanisms, development of cognition, social cognition, learning, decision-making, memory, neuroethology, tool use, planning, empathy, and theory of mind.

You can view scientific articles based taxa or year of publication.

Please see here to browse all the articles included in the database. As of December 2021, there are 8700 articles.

To learn more about animal cognition research, check out some of the external links in the resources page.

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Animal Cognition Network is maintained by Ipek Kulahci.

Updated December 2021