Month: July 2020

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Pitch to Publication

Common cuttlefish learn to master the “prawn-in-the-tube” test by observing conspecifics

Eduardo Sampaio shared his newest findings on social learning in the mostly solitary common cuttlefish with Cultured Scene. The whole study has recently been published in Animal Cognition.

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Interviews

Cultural Evolution in the Digital Age

Cultured Scene interviews Alberto Acerbi about his new book, Cultural Evolution in the Digital Age.

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How Research Works

Why experiments are stupid but we need more of them

Most of us are excited about social learning in the real world. How do the dolphins of Shark Bay learn to fish with sponges, do chimpanzee mothers teach their young how to crack open nuts, can starting moves in the board game Go or formations in football really be said to “evolve” – and what […]

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