Current Directions in Psychological Science has just published a special issue on cognition in dogs! Here is a list of the articles:
Ádám Miklósi and Enikő Kubinyi
Current Trends in Canine Problem-Solving and Cognition
Rosalind Arden, Miles K. Bensky, and Mark J. Adams
A Review of Cognitive Abilities in Dogs, 1911 Through 2016: More Individual Differences, Please!
William A. Roberts and Krista Macpherson
Of Dogs and Men
Juliane Kaminski and Patrizia Piotti
Current Trends in Dog-Human Communication: Do Dogs Inform?
Monique A. R. Udell and Lauren Brubaker
Are Dogs Social Generalists? Canine Social Cognition, Attachment, and the Dog-Human Bond
Per Jensen, Mia E. Persson, Dominic Wright, Martin Johnsson, Ann-Sofie Sundman, and Lina S. V. Roth
The Genetics of How Dogs Became Our Social Allies
How Dogs Perceive and Understand Us
Clive D. L. Wynne
What Is Special About Dog Cognition?
Sarah Beurms and Holly Christine Miller
Sharing More Than the Sofa: What Dogs Can Teach Us About Human Self-Control
Thomas R. Zentall and Kristina F. Pattison
Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Object Permanence in Dogs
Gregory S. Berns and Peter F. Cook
Why Did the Dog Walk Into the MRI?