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Animal Sentience: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Animal Feeling

Klein, Colin and Barron, Andrew B. (2016) Insects have the capacity for subjective experience. Animal Sentience 9(1)

Mather, Jennifer A. and Carere, Claudio (2016) Cephalopods are best candidates for invertebrate consciousness. Animal Sentience 9(2)

Merker, Bjorn H. (2016) Insects join the consciousness fray. Animal Sentience 9(4)

Tye, Michael (2016) Are insects sentient?. Animal Sentience 9(5)

Allen-Hermanson, Sean (2016) Is cortex necessary?. Animal Sentience 9(6)

Lamey, Andy (2016) Subjective experience and moral standing. Animal Sentience 9(7)

Fischer, Bob (2016) What if Klein & Barron are right about insect sentience?. Animal Sentience 9(8)

Rowlands, Mark (2016) Feel or perspective?. Animal Sentience 9(9)

Mallatt, Jon and Feinberg, Todd E. (2016) Insect consciousness: Fine-tuning the hypothesis. Animal Sentience 9(10)

Morsella, Ezequiel and Walker, Erica B. (2016) What makes us conscious is not what makes us human. Animal Sentience 9(11)

Shanahan, Murray (2016) Consciousness as integrated perception, motivation, cognition, and action. Animal Sentience 9(12)

Cruse, Holk and Schilling, Malte (2016) No proof for subjective experience in insects. Animal Sentience 9(13)

Edelman, Shimon; Moyal, Roy; and Fekete, Tomer (2016) To bee or not to bee?. Animal Sentience 9(14)

Adamo, Shelley (2016) Subjective experience in insects: Definitions and other difficulties. Animal Sentience 9(15)

Paul, Elizabeth S. and Mendl, Michael T. (2016) If insects have phenomenal consciousness, could they suffer?. Animal Sentience 9(16)

Key, Brian (2016) Phenomenal consciousness in insects? A possible way forward. Animal Sentience 9(17)

Elwood, Robert W. (2016) Might insects experience pain?. Animal Sentience 9(18)

Søvik, Eirik and Perry, Clint (2016) The evolutionary history of consciousness. Animal Sentience 9(19)

Hill, Christopher S. (2016) Insects: Still looking like zombies. Animal Sentience 9(20)

Klein, Colin and Barron, Andrew B. (2016) Insect consciousness: Commitments, conflicts and consequences. Animal Sentience 9(21)