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FUJITA Kazuo is a specialist in zoology and cognitive science, currently Professor in the Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University. He was born in Osaka Prefecture and graduated from the Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University, in 1976. He completed the doctoral program at the Graduate School of Science in 1982 and received a PhD in Science. His areas of research include comparative cognitive science and comparative research on the functioning of the mind in primates, rodents and birds.
FUJITA Kazuo, ITAKURA ShojiCognition is a form of adaptation to the enviro...Cognition is a form of adaptation to the environment. It has been invented by organisms with well-developed neural systems. Consequently, like other adaptive characteristics, cognition is, on one h...