Is all learning innovation?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30 (4):421-422 (2007)
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Abstract

Research on animal innovation is an underdeveloped field, and for this reason we welcome the efforts Ramsey and colleagues have made to stimulate its study in wild populations. However, we feel that in attempting to find an operational definition the authors have overstretched the idea of what we should consider innovation in some areas and over-restricted it in others

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