Book Reviews (student authors in large boldface):

Beran, M. J. (2016). Understanding nonhuman primate behavior and its relation to human origins.  [Review of the book Primate behavior and human origins, by G. E. King]. PsycCRITIQUES, 61, (6).

Beran, M. J., Parrish, A. E., & Sayers, K. (2014). Planet of the apes? Yes, it's Earth.  [Review of the book Apes and human evolution, by R. H. Tuttle]. PsycCRITIQUES, 59 (40).

Beran, M. J. (2012). We cannot know what it is like to be a bat, but we can know better what it is like to see like a bat. [Review of the book How animals see the world: Comparative behavior, biology, and evolution of vision, edited by O. F. Lazareva, T. Shimizu, & E. A. Wasserman]. PsycCRITIQUES -- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 57, Article 4.

Beran, M. J., & Perdue, B. M. (2012).  Do I know what you know, or do I only know what you do? Animal mindreading versus behavior reading. [Review of the book Mindreading animals: The debate over what animals know about other minds, by R. Lurz]. PsycCRITIQUES -- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 57, Release 18.

Parrish, A. E., & Beran, M. J. (2012).  Thinking animals: A closed case or an open debate?  Frontiers in Psychology, 3, Article 250.  [Review of the book Animal thinking: Contemporary issues in comparative cognition]

Beran, M. J., & Heimbauer, L. M. (2011).  From scratching to symbolism? Chimpanzee “drawings” and the origins of symbolism. [Review of the book Starting from scratch: The origin and development of expression, representation and symbolism in human and non-human primates, by J. Matthews]. PsycCRITIQUES, 56, Article 4.

Beran, M. J. (2010).  Not all primate brains are the same, and hooray for that.  [Review of Primate Neuroethology].  PsycCritiques -- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 55, Release 33.

Beran, M. J. (2007).  Lopping leap years, sexy primes, and bible codes: Reminders that mathematics is everywhere. [Review of The secret life of numbers: 50 easy pieces on how mathematicians work and think].  PsycCritiques -- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 52 (No. 9), Article 13.

Beran, M. J. (2006, November 29).  Current thinking about animal thinking: Comparative cognition at a crossroads. [Review of the book Comparative cognition: Experimental explorations of animal intelligence].  PsycCritiques -- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 51 (No. 48), Article 1.

Beran, M. J. (2005).  Book Review: The evolution of thought: Evolutionary origins of great ape intelligence by A. E. Russon and David R. Begun and Apes, monkeys, children, and the growth of mind by J. C. Gómez.  International Journal of Primatology, 26, 1203-1207. 

Beran, M. J., & Rumbaugh, D. M. (2004).  Working to understand whether memories ever leave – with a trace.  Review of Memories are made of this: How memory works in humans and animals by Rusiko Bourtchouladze. Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 49, 433-434.

Beran, M. M., & Beran, M. J. (2004).  The roots of human behavior are found in nonhuman primates.  Review of Roots of Human Behavior by Barbara J. King. American Journal of Primatology, 63, 33-35. 

Beran, M. J., & Rumbaugh, D. M. (2001). Comparative cognitive science and the Japanese influence in primatology. Review of Primate origins of human cognition and behavior by Tetsuro Matsuzawa. American Journal of Primatology, 55, 183-185.