Volume 2 (2017)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2017) Consciousness in teleosts: There is something it feels like to be a fish. Animal Sentience 13(1)

Mikhalevich, Irina (2017) Consciousness, evidence, and moral standing. Animal Sentience 13(2)

Allen-Hermanson, Sean (2017) Battlefish contention. Animal Sentience 13(3)

Gutfreund, Yoram (2017) Animal sentience? Neuroscience has no answers. Animal Sentience 13(4)

Pereira, Alfredo, Jr. (2017) Sentience in living tissue. Animal Sentience 13(5)

LaFollette, Hugh (2017) Nagel-ing worries about fish sentience. Animal Sentience 13(6)

Husband, Scott A (2017) Of cortex and consciousness: “Phenomenal,” “access,” or otherwise. Animal Sentience 13(7)

Gerlai, Robert (2017) Learning, memory, cognition, and the question of sentience in fish. Animal Sentience 13(8)

Favela, Luis H. (2017) Mental representations are not necessary for fish consciousness. Animal Sentience 13(9)

Creson, Thomas (2017) Animal models, agendas and sentience. Animal Sentience 13(10)

Rey Planellas, Sonia (2017) The emotional brain of fish. Animal Sentience 13(11)

Burgos, José E. (2017) Fish sentience: A hypothesis worth pursuing. Animal Sentience 13(12)

Droege, Paula (2017) We still need a theory. Animal Sentience 13(13)

Stauffer, Jay R., Jr. (2017) Similar anatomy does not imply comparable function. Animal Sentience 13(14)

Taschereau-Dumouchel, Vincent; Grimaldi, Piercesare; and Lau, Hakwan (2017) Can unconscious brain processes indicate sentience?. Animal Sentience 13(15)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2018) Sentience in fishes: More on the evidence. Animal Sentience 13(16)

Gamez, David (2018) Fish consciousness. Animal Sentience 13(17)

Kujala, Miiamaaria V. (2017) Canine emotions as seen through human social cognition. Animal Sentience 14(1)

Adolphs, Ralph (2017) Dogs consciously experience emotions: The question is, which?. Animal Sentience 14(2)

Zentall, Thomas R. (2017) The study of emotion in animals. Animal Sentience 14(3)

Urfer, Silvan R. (2017) Emotion in dogs: Translational and transformative aspects. Animal Sentience 14(4)

Morris, Paul (2017) Direct perception of animal mind. Animal Sentience 14(5)

Franklin, Robert G., Jr. (2017) Canine emotions and the bond between humans and dogs. Animal Sentience 14(6)

Bräuer, Juliane; Silva, Karine; and Schweinberger, Stefan R. (2017) Communicating canine and human emotions. Animal Sentience 14(7)

Harris, Lasana T. (2017) Do we understand what it means for dogs to experience emotion?. Animal Sentience 14(8)

Riemer, Stefanie (2017) Social dog — emotional dog?. Animal Sentience 14(9)

Martin, Allison L. (2017) The development and expression of canine emotion. Animal Sentience 14(10)

Correia Caeiro, Cátia (2017) Animal and human emotion: Concepts and methodologies. Animal Sentience 14(11)

Gácsi, Márta (2017) Beyond the provable?. Animal Sentience 14(12)

Karl, Sabrina and Huber, Ludwig (2017) Empathy in dogs: With a little help from a friend – a mixed blessing. Animal Sentience 14(13)

Boch, Magdalena and Lamm, Claus (2017) The multiple facets of empathy. Animal Sentience 14(14)

Cook, Peter F. (2017) Studying dog emotion beyond expression and without concern for feeling. Animal Sentience 14(15)

Piotti, Patrizia (2017) Positive emotions and quality of life in dogs. Animal Sentience 14(17)

Kujala, Miiamaaria V. (2018) Canine emotions: Guidelines for research. Animal Sentience 14(18)

Beauchamp, Guy (2017) What can vigilance tell us about fear?. Animal Sentience 15(1)

Adolphs, Ralph (2017) Operationalizing fear through understanding vigilance. Animal Sentience 15(2)

Found, Rob (2017) Individual variation in fear behaviour. Animal Sentience 15(3)

Rogers, Lesley J. (2017) Considering side biases in vigilance and fear. Animal Sentience 15(4)

Kotler, Burt P. and Brown, Joel S. (2017) Fear and loathing on the landscape: What can foraging theory tell us about vigilance and fear?. Animal Sentience 15(5)

Teichroeb, Julie A. (2017) Methodological suggestions for inferring fear from vigilance. Animal Sentience 15(6)

Feyten, Laurence E. A. and Brown, Grant E. (2018) Ecological uncertainty influences vigilance as a marker of fear. Animal Sentience 15(7)

Mónus, Ferenc (2018) Competing activities as measures of fear and vigilance. Animal Sentience 15(8)

Beauchamp, Guy (2018) The many faces of fear and vigilance. Animal Sentience 15(9)

Birch, Jonathan (2017) Animal sentience and the precautionary principle. Animal Sentience 16(1)

Stauffer, Jay R., Jr. (2017) Cautions about precautions. Animal Sentience 16(2)

Brown, Culum (2017) A risk assessment and phylogenetic approach. Animal Sentience 16(3)

Adamo, Shelley (2017) The “Precautionary Principle” – A work in progress. Animal Sentience 16(4)

Marks, Joel (2017) Changing the subject. Animal Sentience 16(5)

Reber, Arthur S. (2017) What if all animals are sentient?. Animal Sentience 16(6)

Mallatt, Jon (2017) Shoring up the precautionary BAR. Animal Sentience 16(7)

Rollin, Bernard (2017) Raising the moral consciousness of science. Animal Sentience 16(8)

Klein, Colin (2017) Precaution, proportionality and proper commitments. Animal Sentience 16(9)

Mather, Jennifer (2017) Support for the precautionary principle. Animal Sentience 16(10)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2017) Scientific uncertainty and the animal sentience precautionary principle. Animal Sentience 16(11)

Browning, Heather (2017) Anecdotes can be evidence too. Animal Sentience 16(13)

Brown, Rachael L. (2017) Not statistically significant, but still scientific. Animal Sentience 16(14)

Jones, Robert C. (2017) The precautionary principle: A cautionary note. Animal Sentience 16(15)

Leadbeater, Simon (2017) Will the precautionary principle broaden acceptance of animal sentience?. Animal Sentience 16(16)

Irvine, Leslie (2017) Animal pain and the social role of science. Animal Sentience 16(18)

Carder, Gemma (2017) A preliminary investigation into the welfare of lobsters in the UK. Animal Sentience 16(19)

Birch, Jonathan (2017) Refining the precautionary framework. Animal Sentience 16(20)

Elwood, Robert W. (2017) Assessing negative and positive evidence for animal pain. Animal Sentience 16(21)

Seth, Anil K. and Dienes, Zoltan (2017) The value of Bayesian statistics for assessing credible evidence of animal sentience. Animal Sentience 16(22)

Birch, Jonathan (2018) On crabs and statistics. Animal Sentience 16(23)

Marino, Lori (2017) The inconvenient truth about thinking chickens. Animal Sentience 17(1)

Rollin, Bernard (2017) Raising consciousness about chicken consciousness. Animal Sentience 17(2)

Rogers, Lesley J. (2017) Chickens’ brains, like ours, are lateralized. Animal Sentience 17(3)

Freire, Rafael and Hazel, Susan J. (2017) Are chicken minds special?. Animal Sentience 17(4)

Merskin, Debra (2017) Getting to the other side. Animal Sentience 17(5)

Vallortigara, Giorgio (2017) Sentience does not require “higher” cognition. Animal Sentience 17(6)

Freeman, Carrie P. (2017) Misperceiving and underestimating the ubiquitous chicken. Animal Sentience 17(7)

Bottomley, Ewan and Loughnan, Steve (2017) Chickening out of change: Will knowing more about thinking chickens change public perceptions?. Animal Sentience 17(8)

Jenni, Kathie (2017) Scientific advances and moral inertia. Animal Sentience 17(9)

Johnsson, Martin (2017) Changes in behavior and emotion under chicken domestication. Animal Sentience 17(10)

Balcombe, Jonathan (2017) Chicken of the sea. Animal Sentience 17(11)

Chiandetti, Cinzia (2018) Chickens play to the crowd. Animal Sentience 17(13)

Andrews, Kristin (2018) Chicken minds and moral standing. Animal Sentience 17(14)

Marino, Lori (2018) Thinking about thinking chickens. Animal Sentience 17(15)

Editorial: Balcombe, Jonathan (2017) Tribute to Jaak Panksepp.

Editorial: Serpell, James A. (2017) In Memory of Patrick Bateson.

Peña-Guzmán, David M. (2017) Can nonhuman animals commit suicide?. Animal Sentience 20(1)

Glymour, Clark (2017) On assisted suicide. Animal Sentience 20(2)

Lester, David (2017) Non-human animal suicide could be tested. Animal Sentience 20(3)

Benvenuti, Anne (2017) Evolutionary continuity. Animal Sentience 20(4)

Ristau, Carolyn A. (2017) Self, death, and suicide: Does an animal know of these?. Animal Sentience 20(5)

Thomas, Roger K. (2017) Is psychological science committing “suicide” by linguistic muddling?. Animal Sentience 20(8)

Brooks Pribac, Teya (2017) Complicated grief. Animal Sentience 20(9)

Preti, Antonio (2018) Animal suicide: Evolutionary continuity or anthropomorphism?. Animal Sentience 20(10)

Hadley, John (2018) Post-Darwin skepticism and run-of-the-mill suicide. Animal Sentience 20(11)

Racine, Timothy P. (2018) An adaptationist perspective on animal suicide. Animal Sentience 20(12)

deCatanzaro, Denys (2018) Roots of self-preservation failure in animal behavior. Animal Sentience 20(13)

Soper, C. A. and Shackelford, Todd K. (2018) If nonhuman animals can suicide, why don’t they?. Animal Sentience 20(14)

Kuperus, Gerard (2018) Continuum and temporality. Animal Sentience 20(15)

Hediger, Ryan (2018) Animal suicide and "anthropodenial". Animal Sentience 20(16)

Jensvold, Mary Lee (2018) Lessons from chimpanzee sign language studies. Animal Sentience 20(17)

Baum, William M. (2018) What is suicide?. Animal Sentience 20(18)

Mikhalevich, Irina (2018) Animal suicide: An account worth giving?. Animal Sentience 20(19)

Peña-Guzmán, David M. (2018) Can nondolphins commit suicide?. Animal Sentience 20(20)

Schrynemakers, Sabina (2022) Free will and animal suicide. Animal Sentience 20(21)