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Animal Sentience

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)