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≪Organizer Abstract≫
Well over 100 years after the pioneer work of G. Romanes on Animal Intelligence and C. L. Morgan's publication of An Introduction to Comparative Psychology, some of the early controversies and research problems continue to be relevant to Psychology. In this symposium we present some of the most important issues related to conceptual, methodological, and applied problems in Comparative Psychology. We also discuss current and exciting areas of interaction with other disciplines. Despite important changes in what is known as Comparative Psychology, this area of research continues to provide important insights in the understanding of behavior, both in human and non-human animals.
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