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Animal Sentience

Cook, Peter; Prichard, Ashley; Spivak, Mark; and Berns, Gregory S. (2018) Jealousy in dogs? Evidence from brain imaging. Animal Sentience 22(1)

Vonk, Jennifer (2018) Researchers, not dogs, lack control in an experiment on jealousy. Animal Sentience 22(2)

Singer, Peter (2018) Finding the green-eyed monster in the brain of a dog. Animal Sentience 22(3)

Zentall, Thomas R. (2018) Jealousy, competition, or a contextual cue for reward?. Animal Sentience 22(4)

Mobbs, Dean (2018) What can the social emotions of dogs teach us about human emotions?. Animal Sentience 22(5)

Howell, Tiffani J. (2018) Can neuroimaging in dogs have practical implications?. Animal Sentience 22(6)

Walsh, Carolyn J. (2018) Lessons from behaviour for brain imaging. Animal Sentience 22(7)

Harmon-Jones, Eddie and Harmon-Jones, Sylvia K. (2018) On jealousy, envy, sex differences and temperament in humans and dogs. Animal Sentience 22(8)

Denson, Thomas F. (2018) Inferring emotion from amygdala activation alone is problematic. Animal Sentience 22(9)

Morris, Paul (2018) Limits of neuroscience. Animal Sentience 22(10)

Jiang, Yaoguang; Huttunen, Annamarie W.; and Platt, Michael L. (2018) Can a dog be jealous?. Animal Sentience 22(11)

van Kleef, Gerben A. (2018) Emotional reactions in non-human animals and social-functional theories of emotion. Animal Sentience 22(12)

Adolphs, Ralph (2018) What would we like to know by imaging the brains of dogs?. Animal Sentience 22(14)

Silver, Zachary A. and Santos, Laurie R. (2018) Understanding dogs' neural responses in a food-giving paradigm. Animal Sentience 22(15)