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Solms, Mark (2022) Truly minimal criteria for animal sentience. Animal Sentience 32(2)

Reber, Arthur S; Baluska, Frantisek; and Miller, William B, Jr. (2022) Of course crustaceans are sentient: But there's more to the story. Animal Sentience 32(3)

Jablonka, Eva and Ginsburg, Simona (2022) Pain sentience criteria and their grading. Animal Sentience 32(4)

Tye, Michael (2022) Crustacean Pain. Animal Sentience 32(5)

Ng, Yew Kwang (2022) No need for certainty in animal sentience. Animal Sentience 32(6)

Brown, Culum (2022) Fine-tuning the criteria for inferring sentience. Animal Sentience 32(7)

Souza Valente, Cecilia de (2022) Decapod sentience: broadening the framework. Animal Sentience 32(8)

Gorman, Richard (2022) What might decapod sentience mean for policy, practice, and public?. Animal Sentience 32(9)

Irvine, Elizabeth (2022) Independence, weight and priority of evidence for sentience. Animal Sentience 32(10)

Woodruff, Michael L (2022) Sentience in decapods: Difficulties to surmount. Animal Sentience 32(11)

Burrell, Brian D (2022) Emotional component of pain perception in the medicinal leech?. Animal Sentience 32(12)

Comstock, Gary (2022) Pain in Pleocyemata, but not in Dendrobranchiata?. Animal Sentience 32(13)

Walters, Edgar T (2022) Strong inferences about pain in invertebrates require stronger evidence. Animal Sentience 32(14)

Levin, Michael (2022) Generalizing frameworks for sentience beyond natural species. Animal Sentience 32(15)

Montemayor, Carlos (2022) Distinguishing epistemic and moral grounds for legal protection. Animal Sentience 32(16)

Andrews, Kristin (2022) Does the sentience framework imply all animals are sentient?. Animal Sentience 32(17)

Abramson, Charles I and Calvo, Paco (2022) Unresolved issues of behavioral analysis in invertebrates. Animal Sentience 32(18)

Briffa, Mark (2022) Sentience in decapods: an open question. Animal Sentience 32(19)

Butlin, Patrick (2022) Sentience criteria to persuade the reasonable sceptic. Animal Sentience 32(21)

de Waal, Frans B. M. (2022) Sentience as part of emotional lives. Animal Sentience 32(22)

Brown, Simon A. B. (2022) How much of a pain would a crustacean “common currency” really be?. Animal Sentience 32(23)

Mallatt, Jon and Feinberg, Todd E, MD (2022) Decapod sentience: Promising framework and evidence. Animal Sentience 32(24)

Kakrada, Eva and Colombo, Michael (2022) Extending the null hypothesis to invertebrate pain sentience. Animal Sentience 32(25)

Key, Brian and Brown, Deborah (2022) Lack of imagination can bias our view of animal sentience. Animal Sentience 32(26)

Cooper, Jonathan J.; Tinarwo, Ambrose; and Ventura, Beth A (2022) Decapods as food, companions and research animals: Legal impact of ascribing sentience. Animal Sentience 32(27)

Gibbons, Matilda and Chittka, Lars (2022) A framework for evaluating evidence of pain in animals. Animal Sentience 32(28)

Elwood, Robert W. (2022) Pros and cons of a framework for evaluating potential pain in decapods. Animal Sentience 32(29)

Veit, Walter (2022) Integrating evolution into the study of animal sentience. Animal Sentience 32(30)

Crump, Andrew; Browning, Heather; Schnell, Alex; Burn, Charlotte; and Birch, Jonathan (2022) Animal sentience research: Synthesis and proposals. Animal Sentience 32(31)

Montemayor, Carlos (2023) Jurisprudence and animal protection. Animal Sentience 32(32)