There is more to biological behavior than causation and control
Mark A. Krause a1 a1 Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712
Biorobots may model the causation of relatively simple behaviors, but many animal behaviorists are concerned with complex cognitive traits and their evolution. Biorobotics seems limited in its ability to model cognition and to provide evolutionary explanations. Also, if robots could model complex traits, such as theory of mind, underdetermination could be problematic. Underdetermination is also a challenge for comparative psychologists.