Are Dolphins Really Smart? The Mammal Behind the Myth

By Gregg, Justin

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9780199660452
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Oxford Univ.


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Reviewed on November 1, 2013  |  Science and Technology

Dolphins rank high in public opinion as animals exhibiting intelligence, altruism, peacefulness, social organization, and the ability to communicate. Gregg (research assoc., Dolphin Communication Project) has researched Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins and here examines our beliefs about the animals in light of peer-reviewed scientific research. He contrasts attributes of intelligence (soft science) with cognition (hard science) and discusses self-awareness, emotions, and skills at concept formation in the con...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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