Volume 4 (2019)

Marino, Lori and Merskin, Debra (2019) Intelligence, complexity, and individuality in sheep. Animal Sentience 25(1)

Phillips, Clive (2019) Sacrificial lambs. Animal Sentience 25(2)

Vonk, Jennifer (2019) Pulling the wool from our eyes. Animal Sentience 25(3)

Baker, Liv (2019) Is knowing enough to change human attitudes and actions?. Animal Sentience 25(4)

D'Silva, Joyce (2019) Reflections on sheep rearing. Animal Sentience 25(5)

Peña-Guzmán, David M. (2019) Casting a sheep’s eye on science. Animal Sentience 25(6)

Rollin, Bernard (2019) Far more to sheep than meets the casual eye. Animal Sentience 25(7)

Porcher, Ila France (2019) On the sentience of sheep and other useful objects. Animal Sentience 25(8)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2019) Smart sheep need more protection. Animal Sentience 25(9)

Webster, John (2019) Sentient animals do not just live in the present. Animal Sentience 25(10)

Brooks Pribac, Teya (2019) Positive sentience is underrated. Animal Sentience 25(11)

Colombo, Michael and Scarf, Damian (2019) Sheeple? The need for more research on sheep cognition. Animal Sentience 25(12)

Colombo, Matteo and Raucea, Chiara (2019) Sheep in Aesop’s and Phaedrus’s fables. Animal Sentience 25(13)

Adolphs, Ralph (2019) Using sheep psychology to guide sheep policy. Animal Sentience 25(14)

Franklin, Robert G., Jr. (2019) Why are sheep sheepish? How perception affects animal stereotyping. Animal Sentience 25(15)

Figdor, Carrie (2019) The mental lives of sheep and the quest for a psychological taxonomy. Animal Sentience 25(16)

Li, Peter J (2019) Debunking human prejudice and blindness. Animal Sentience 25(17)

Horback, Kristina (2019) Applied cognition research to improve sheep welfare. Animal Sentience 25(18)

Pellis, Sergio M. (2019) Guilty as charged. Animal Sentience 25(19)

Abbate, Cheryl (2019) Sheep complexity outside the laboratory. Animal Sentience 25(21)

Palmer, Clare and Sandøe, Peter (2019) Yes, sheep are smart but the moral question is still “can they suffer?”. Animal Sentience 25(24)

Gygax, Lorenz and Nawroth, Christian (2019) Farm animals are not humans in sheep clothing. Animal Sentience 25(25)

Kiley-Worthington, Marthe (2019) What every shepherd knows. Animal Sentience 25(26)

Gamez, David (2019) The intelligence of sheep. Animal Sentience 25(27)

Mallatt, Jon (2019) Time to vary the formula. Animal Sentience 25(28)

Hermanson, Sean (2019) The problem is not discourses of production; it is production itself. Animal Sentience 25(29)

Paez, Eze (2019) Becoming the good shepherds. Animal Sentience 25(30)

McLennan, Krista (2019) The importance of research applicability. Animal Sentience 25(31)

Brodbeck, David R.; Brodbeck, Madeleine I. R.; and Rosso, Keeghan (2019) Domestication and cognitive complexity. Animal Sentience 25(32)

King, James (2019) Adding sheep to the spectrum of comparative psychology. Animal Sentience 25(33)

Woodford, Peter and Carter, Alecia (2019) Science, social critique, and the need for ethics. Animal Sentience 25(34)

Sevillano, Veronica (2019) Our ambivalent stereotypes of sheep. Animal Sentience 25(35)

Willett, Cynthia (2019) Can a mirror capture the self?. Animal Sentience 25(36)

Mehrkam, Lindsay R. (2019) A behaviorist approach to sheep cognition, intelligence, and welfare. Animal Sentience 25(37)

Brennan, Ozy (2019) Complexity of wild ruminants. Animal Sentience 25(38)

Correia Caeiro, Catia (2019) Cognitive dissonance about sheep cognition and consumption. Animal Sentience 25(39)

Kendrick, Keith M. (2019) Social cognition in sheep: Welfare implications. Animal Sentience 25(40)

Hanlon, Alison (2019) Sheep are sentient, but not identical. Animal Sentience 25(41)

Gradidge, Sarah and Zawisza, Magdalena (2019) Why factual appeals about the abilities of sheep may fail. Animal Sentience 25(42)

Marino, Lori and Merskin, Debra (2019) Deepening our understanding of sheep. Animal Sentience 25(43)

Mather, Jennifer (2019) What is in an octopus's mind?. Animal Sentience 26(1)

Favela, Luis H. (2019) Octopus Umwelt or Umwelten?. Animal Sentience 26(2)

Gutfreund, Yoram (2019) Who needs a mind when you have thousands of fingers?. Animal Sentience 26(3)

Schwartz, Bennett L. (2019) A community of minds. Animal Sentience 26(4)

Guerra, Angel (2019) The ingenuity of cephalopods. Animal Sentience 26(5)

Vonk, Jennifer (2019) Octopi-ing a unique niche in comparative psychology. Animal Sentience 26(6)

Browning, Heather (2019) What is good for an octopus?. Animal Sentience 26(7)

Mallatt, Jon (2019) The octopus: A beautiful (but disorganized) “mind”. Animal Sentience 26(8)

Pellis, Sergio M. (2019) The ‘Thing’ from this world. Animal Sentience 26(9)

Lee, Phyllis C. (2019) Are octopuses special? Mind, sociality and life history. Animal Sentience 26(10)

Aitken, Kenneth J. (2019) Are our ideas about octopus life too anthropomorphic to help?. Animal Sentience 26(11)

Mehrkam, Lindsay R. (2019) A behavior-analytic approach to understanding octopus “mind”. Animal Sentience 26(12)

Corcoran, Andrew W. (2019) Cephalopod molluscs, causal models, and curious minds. Animal Sentience 26(13)

King, Barbara J. and Marino, Lori (2019) Octopus minds must lead to octopus ethics. Animal Sentience 26(14)

Porcher, Ila France (2019) The perfecting of the octopus. Animal Sentience 26(15)

Schnell, Alexandra and Vallortigara, Giorgio (2019) ‘Mind’ is an ill-defined concept: Considerations for future cephalopod research. Animal Sentience 26(16)

Carls-Diamante, Sidney (2019) The octopus mind: Implications for cognitive science. Animal Sentience 26(17)

Godfrey-Smith, Peter (2019) Octopus experience. Animal Sentience 26(18)

Jacquet, Jennifer; Franks, Becca; and Godfrey-Smith, Peter (2019) The octopus mind and the argument against farming it. Animal Sentience 26(19)

Amodio, Piero (2019) Octopus intelligence: The importance of being agnostic. Animal Sentience 26(20)

Packard, Andrew (2019) Keeping hold of Nurse. Animal Sentience 26(21)

Correia Caeiro, Catia (2019) What we don't know about cephalopods and how to define it. Animal Sentience 26(22)

Adamo, Shelley A. (2019) Octopus: Multiple minds or just a slow thinker?. Animal Sentience 26(23)

Noël-Guéry, Alix (2019) Octopus sentience: Three criteria. Animal Sentience 26(24)

Krebber, André; Riedinger, Maike; and Watt, Yvette (2019) Aesthetics and imagining the octopus’s mind. Animal Sentience 26(25)

Mather, Jennifer A. (2019) What and where is an octopus’s mind?. Animal Sentience 26(26)

Thys, Tierney M (2020) Exploring eight-armed intelligence through film. Animal Sentience 26(27)

Cecconi, Benedetta; Annen, Jitka; and Laureys, Steven (2020) Can human neurological tests of consciousness be applied to octopus?. Animal Sentience 26(28)

Treves, Adrian; Santiago-Ávila, Francisco J.; and Lynn, William S. (2019) Just preservation. Animal Sentience 27(1)

Washington, Haydn (2019) Justice for nature. Animal Sentience 27(2)

Palmer, Clare and Fischer, Bob (2019) Just policy paralysis?. Animal Sentience 27(3)

Attfield, Robin (2019) Futurity, selves and further organisms. Animal Sentience 27(4)

Gray, Joe (2019) Granting political representation to non-humans. Animal Sentience 27(5)

Alexander, Shelley M. (2019) Reconciling just preservation. Animal Sentience 27(6)

Baker, Liv (2019) To preserve or to conserve?. Animal Sentience 27(7)

Bergstrom, Bradley J. (2019) Just reductionism: In defense of holistic conservation. Animal Sentience 27(8)

Gupta, Rupu (2019) Just preservation: From vision to reality. Animal Sentience 27(9)

Kopnina, Helen (2019) Just preservation and the Half-Earth View. Animal Sentience 27(10)

Spiegel, Rainer (2019) Protecting patients who lack a voice. Animal Sentience 27(11)

Tiffin, Helen (2019) Human interests. Animal Sentience 27(12)

Lambert, Joanna E. (2019) The intrinsic value of nature. Animal Sentience 27(13)

Dulany, Donelson E. (2020) Human-controlled survival of nonhumans. Animal Sentience 27(14)

Sevillano, Verónica (2020) Group stereotypes: Human and nonhuman. Animal Sentience 27(15)

Correia Caeiro, Catia (2020) Comparative cognition and nonhuman individuality. Animal Sentience 27(16)

Franks, Becca; Webb, Christine; Gagliano, Monica; and Smuts, Barbara (2020) Conventional science will not do justice to nonhuman interests: A fresh approach is required. Animal Sentience 27(17)

Paez, Eze (2020) Preserving nature for the benefit of all sentient individuals. Animal Sentience 27(18)

Kiley-Worthington, Marthe (2020) The wholeness of nature. Animal Sentience 27(19)

Batavia, Chelsea (2020) Is anthropocentrism really the problem?. Animal Sentience 27(20)

Wienhues, Anna (2020) Disentangling different forms of justice. Animal Sentience 27(21)

Dowe, David L. and Chmait, Nader (2020) Game theory and Artificial Intelligence in just preservation. Animal Sentience 27(22)

Gradidge, Sarah and Zawisza, Magdalena (2020) Toward a non-anthropocentric view on the environment and animal welfare: Possible psychological interventions. Animal Sentience 27(23)

Lynch, Kate E. and Blumstein, Daniel T. (2020) Conflicts and triage. Animal Sentience 27(24)

Howard, Scarlett R. and Dyer, Adrian G. (2020) How to engage public support to protect overlooked species. Animal Sentience 27(25)

Danielson, Scott W. and Vonasch, Andrew J. (2020) Selling just preservation. Animal Sentience 27(26)

Santiago-Ávila, Francisco J.; Treves, Adrian; and Lynn, William (2020) Just preservation, trusteeship and multispecies justice. Animal Sentience 27(27)