How the hierarchical organization of the brain and increasing cognitive abilities may result in consciousness

Animal Welfare Supplement 10:77- 87 (2001)
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Keywords *Attention  *Awareness  *Cognitive Ability  *Consciousness States  Animal Emotionality  Associative Processes  Contextual Associations  Expectations  Neural Networks  Species Differences
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