Adaptive Behavior is an indexed, international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research and review articles on adaptive behavior in biological systems and autonomous artificial systems.
Since 1992 it has offered ethologists, psychologists, behavioral ecologists, computer scientists, philosophers, neuroscientists, and robotics researchers a forum for discussing new findings and comparing insights and approaches across disciplines. The journal explores mechanisms, organizational principles, and architectures that can be expressed in computational, physical, or mathematical models related to both the functions and dysfunctions of adaptive behaviour.
The journal publishes articles, reviews, short communications, target articles and commentaries addressing challenges in the cognitive and behavioural sciences, including topics such as perception and motor control, embodied cognition, learning and evolution, neural mechanisms, action selection and behavioural sequences, motivation and emotion, characterization of materials and environments, decision making, collective and social behaviour, navigation, foraging, communication and signalling.
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