Acknowledgments

We thank members of the Brannon Lab and Michael Platt for helpful comments on this chapter. E.M.B is especially grateful to Susan Carey, Randy Gallistel, Rochel Gelman, John Gibbon, Warren Meck, and Herb Terrace for conversations that inspired many experiments and greatly influenced the perspective offered in this chapter.

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