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Mather, Jennifer (2019) What is in an octopus's mind?. Animal Sentience 26(1)

Favela, Luis H. (2019) Octopus Umwelt or Umwelten?. Animal Sentience 26(2)

Gutfreund, Yoram (2019) Who needs a mind when you have thousands of fingers?. Animal Sentience 26(3)

Schwartz, Bennett L. (2019) A community of minds. Animal Sentience 26(4)

Guerra, Angel (2019) The ingenuity of cephalopods. Animal Sentience 26(5)

Vonk, Jennifer (2019) Octopi-ing a unique niche in comparative psychology. Animal Sentience 26(6)

Browning, Heather (2019) What is good for an octopus?. Animal Sentience 26(7)

Mallatt, Jon (2019) The octopus: A beautiful (but disorganized) “mind”. Animal Sentience 26(8)

Pellis, Sergio M. (2019) The ‘Thing’ from this world. Animal Sentience 26(9)

Lee, Phyllis C. (2019) Are octopuses special? Mind, sociality and life history. Animal Sentience 26(10)

Aitken, Kenneth J. (2019) Are our ideas about octopus life too anthropomorphic to help?. Animal Sentience 26(11)

Mehrkam, Lindsay R. (2019) A behavior-analytic approach to understanding octopus “mind”. Animal Sentience 26(12)

Corcoran, Andrew W. (2019) Cephalopod molluscs, causal models, and curious minds. Animal Sentience 26(13)

King, Barbara J. and Marino, Lori (2019) Octopus minds must lead to octopus ethics. Animal Sentience 26(14)

Porcher, Ila France (2019) The perfecting of the octopus. Animal Sentience 26(15)

Schnell, Alexandra and Vallortigara, Giorgio (2019) ‘Mind’ is an ill-defined concept: Considerations for future cephalopod research. Animal Sentience 26(16)

Carls-Diamante, Sidney (2019) The octopus mind: Implications for cognitive science. Animal Sentience 26(17)