•  
  •  
 

Sneddon, Lynne U.; Lopez-Luna, Javier; Wolfenden, David C.C.; Leach, Matthew C.; Valentim, Ana M.; Steenbergen, Peter J.; Bardine, Nabila; Currie, Amanda D.; Broom, Donald M.; and Brown, Culum (2018) Fish sentience denial: Muddying the waters. Animal Sentience 21(1)

Woodruff, Michael L. (2018) Pain in fish: Evidence from peripheral nociceptors to pallial processing. Animal Sentience 21(2)

Adamo, Shelley (2018) Sentience, the final frontier..... Animal Sentience 21(3)

Porcher, Ila France (2018) Fish sentience, consciousness, and AI. Animal Sentience 21(4)

Jones, Robert C. (2018) Fish sentience denial: Muddy moral water. Animal Sentience 21(5)

Yokawa, Ken and Baluška, František (2018) Fish and plant sentience: Anesthetized plants and fishes cannot respond to stimuli. Animal Sentience 21(6)

Meyers-Manor, Julia E. (2018) If it looks like a duck: Fish fit the criteria for pain perception. Animal Sentience 21(7)

Jacquet, Jennifer (2018) Defining denial and sentient seafood. Animal Sentience 21(8)

Martin, Loren and Gerlai, Robert (2018) Sentience: All or none or matter of degree?. Animal Sentience 21(9)

Diggles, Ben and Browman, Howard I. (2018) Denialism and muddying the water or organized skepticism and clarity? THAT is the question. Animal Sentience 21(10)

Birch, Jonathan (2018) Degrees of sentience?. Animal Sentience 21(11)

Manzotti, Riccardo (2018) The human nervous system is not the gold standard for pain. Animal Sentience 21(12)

Demin, Konstantin A.; Lakstygal, Anton M.; and Kalueff, Allan V. (2018) Time to (finally) acknowledge that fish have emotionality and pain. Animal Sentience 21(13)

Walters, Edgar T (2018) Defining pain and painful sentience in animals. Animal Sentience 21(14)