Development and evolution of cognition: One doth not fly into flying!

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (4):400-401 (2008)
Abstract
thought, in general, and – reasoning by analogy, in particular, have been said to reside at the very summit of human cognition. Leech et al. endeavor to comprehend the development of analogous thinking in human beings. Applying Leech et al.'s general approach to the evolution of analogical behavior in animals might also prove to be of considerable value
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