First published in 1976. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter 1|11 pages

On the Comparative Method of Investigation

ByDouglas B. Webster

chapter 2|10 pages

Uses of the Comparative Study of Behavior

ByJack P. Hailman

chapter 3|23 pages

Principles of the Evolution of the Brain and Behavior

ByHarry J. Jerison

chapter 4|31 pages

Rates of Evolution of the Nervous System and Behavior

ByEverett C. Olson

chapter 6|7 pages

What Animals Should We Compare?

ByC. B. G. Campbell

chapter 7|8 pages

Grades and Clades Revisited

ByStephen Jay Gould

chapter 10|9 pages

Morphological Homology and the Nervous System

ByC. B. G. Campbell

chapter 11|15 pages

The Concept of Homology and the Evolution of Behavior

ByWilliam Hodos

chapter 12|5 pages

Practical Aspects of Homology Recognition

ByBobb Schaeffer

chapter 13|5 pages

In Defense of the Analog: A Commentary to N. Hotton

ByStephen Jay Gould

chapter 14|18 pages

Homology: Logic, Information, and Efficiency

ByJack P. Hailman

chapter 15|15 pages

Problems in the Comparative Study of Language

ByEric H. Lenneberg

chapter 16|49 pages

Intelligence: An Invertebrate Perspective

ByWilliam C. Corning, James A. Dyal, Robert Lahue