Vladimir Pravosudov

Vladimir Pravosudov is a professor of biology at the University of Nevada, Reno. Research in his lab broadly focuses on Animal Behavior and Behavioral Ecology with special emphasis on animal cognition. They generally use interdisciplinary approaches by bridging evolutionary and mechanistic perspectives on behavior.

Food-Caching And Spatial Cognition: Harsher Winters Favor More Caching And Better Cognitive Abilities

One of the large questions in the study of the evolution of animal cognition is why there is large variation both among and within species in various cognitive abilities as well as in brain size. Much research has focused on […]