- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Animal Innovation: An Introduction
- Chapter 2 Positive and Negative Correlates of Feeding Innovations in Birds: Evidence for Limited Modularity
- Chapter 3 Behavioural Innovation: A Neglected Issue in the Ecological and Evolutionary Literature?
- Chapter 4 Environmental Variability and Primate Behavioural Flexibility
- Chapter 5 Is Innovation in Bird Song Adaptive?
- Chapter 6 Social Learning: Promoter or Inhibitor of Innovation?
- Chapter 7 Experimental Studies of Innovation in the Guppy
- Chapter 8 The Role of Neophobia and Neophilia in the Development of Innovative Behaviour of Birds
- Chapter 9 Characteristics and Propensities of Marmosets and Tamarins: Implications for Studies of Innovation
- Chapter 10 Conditions of Innovative Behaviour in Primates
- Chapter 11 Novelty in Deceit
- Chapter 12 Innovation as a Behavioural Response to Environmental Challenges: A Cost and Benefit Approach
- Chapter 13 Innovation and Creativity in Forest-Living Rehabilitant Orang-Utans
- Chapter 14 Human Creativity: Two Darwinian Analyses
- Chapter 15 To Innovate or Not to Innovate? That is the question
- Animal Innovation
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