We Probably Thought That Would Be True: Perceiving Complex Emotional States in Nonhumans

Raymond Pierotti, Cynthia Annett

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Review of:

Do Fish Feel Pain? Victoria Braithwaite. 2010. Oxford University Press, New York. Pp. 256. $35.00 (hardcover). ISBN 9780199551200.

How Animals Grieve. Barbara J. King. 2013. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Pp. 208, 7 halftones. $25.00 (cloth). ISBN 9780226436944.


Keywords


Animals; fish; emotions; sentient; feel pain; grieve; ethnobiology

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