Are animals capable of deception or empathy? Implications for animal consciousness and animal welfare
Animal Welfare. Special Issue 10:161- 173 (2001)
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|Keywords||*Awareness *Consciousness States *Deception *Empathy Animal Welfare Species Differences|
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