Peter F. Cook
Peter F. Cook
Assistant Professor of Biopsychology, New College Florida
Verified email at ncf.edu
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A California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) can keep the beat: motor entrainment to rhythmic auditory stimuli in a non vocal mimic
P Cook, A Rouse, M Wilson, C Reichmuth
Journal of Comparative Psychology, 2013
2382013
Rhythmic entrainment: why humans want to, fireflies can’t help it, pet birds try, and sea lions have to be bribed
M Wilson, PF Cook
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (6), 1647-1659, 2016
892016
Awake fMRI reveals a specialized region in dog temporal cortex for face processing
DD Dilks, P Cook, SK Weiller, HP Berns, M Spivak, GS Berns
PeerJ 3, e1115, 2015
702015
Algal toxin impairs sea lion memory and hippocampal connectivity, with implications for strandings
PF Cook, C Reichmuth, AA Rouse, LA Libby, SE Dennison, ...
Science 350 (6267), 2015
662015
Awake canine fMRI predicts dogs’ preference for praise vs food
PF Cook, A Prichard, M Spivak, GS Berns
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (12), 1853-1862, 2016
632016
Jealousy in dogs? Evidence from brain imaging
P Cook, A Prichard, M Spivak, GS Berns
Animal Sentience 3 (22), 1, 2018
502018
One pair of hands is not like another: caudate BOLD response in dogs depends on signal source and canine temperament
PF Cook, M Spivak, GS Berns
PeerJ 2, e596, 2014
422014
Beat Keeping in a Sea Lion as Coupled Oscillation: Implications for Comparative Understanding of Human Rhythm
AA Rouse, PF Cook, EW Large, C Reichmuth
Frontiers in Neuroscience 10, 257, 2016
412016
Do young chimpanzees have extraordinary working memory?
P Cook, M Wilson
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (4), 599-600, 2010
372010
Neurobehavioral evidence for individual differences in canine cognitive control: an awake fMRI study
PF Cook, M Spivak, G Berns
Animal cognition 19 (5), 867-878, 2016
312016
Why Did the Dog Walk Into the MRI?
GS Berns, PF Cook
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (5), 363-369, 2016
302016
The evolutionary biology of dance without frills
A Ravignani, PF Cook
Current Biology 26 (19), R878-R879, 2016
292016
Diffusion tensor imaging of dolphin brains reveals direct auditory pathway to temporal lobe
GS Berns, PF Cook, S Foxley, S Jbabdi, KL Miller, L Marino
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1811), 20151203, 2015
262015
Regional brain activations in awake unrestrained dogs
PF Cook, A Brooks, M Spivak, GS Berns
Journal of Veterinary Behavior 16, 104-112, 2016
22*2016
Rapid Behavioural Diagnosis of Domoic Acid Toxicosis in California Sea Lions
P Cook, C Reichmuth, F Gulland
Biology Letters, 2011
202011
Evidence of injury caused by gas bubbles in a live marine mammal: barotrauma in a California sea lion Zalophus californianus
W Van Bonn, E Montie, S Dennison, N Pussini, P Cook, D Greig, ...
Diseases of aquatic organisms 96 (2), 89-96, 2011
182011
Evidence of injury caused by gas bubbles in a live marine mammal: barotrauma in a California sea lion Zalophus californianus
W Van Bonn, E Montie, S Dennison, P Cook, J Greig, Denise, Barakos, ...
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 2011
182011
Awake fMRI Reveals Brain Regions for Novel Word Detection in Dogs
A Prichard, PF Cook, M Spivak, R Chhibber, GS Berns
Frontiers in Neuroscience 12, 737, 2018
162018
Natural exposure to domoic acid causes behavioral perseveration in Wild Sea lions: Neural underpinnings and diagnostic application
PF Cook, C Reichmuth, A Rouse, S Dennison, B Van Bonn, F Gulland
Neurotoxicology and Teratology 57, 95-105, 2016
132016
Postmortem DTI reveals altered hippocampal connectivity in wild sea lions diagnosed with chronic toxicosis from algal exposure
PF Cook, GS Berns, K Colegrove, S Johnson, F Gulland
Journal of Comparative Neurology 526 (2), 216-228, 2018
122018
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