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    L. Syd M Johnson, Andrew Fenton, Adam Shriver, editors.
    Digital : Springer2020
    Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- About the Editors -- About the Authors -- List of Figures -- 1: Introduction to Animal Neuroethics: What and Why? -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 What Is Animal Neuroethics? -- 1.3 Animal Neuroethics: The What and the Why -- 1.4 Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Part I: Neuroscience of Nonhuman Minds -- 2: Sentience and Consciousness as Bases for Attributing Interests and Moral Status: Considering the Evidence and Speculating S ... -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Methodological Assumptions 2.3 Evidence of Sentience in Different Animal Classes -- 2.3.1 Mammals and Birds -- 2.3.2 Reptiles -- 2.3.3 Amphibians -- 2.3.4 Fish -- 2.3.5 Cephalopods -- 2.3.6 Arthropods -- 2.4 Conclusion: From Bees to Bots and Back -- References -- 3: The Human Challenge in Understanding Animal Cognition -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Definition of Cognition: One or Many Cognitions? -- 3.3 Ecological and Social Drivers of Cognition in Chimpanzees -- 3.3.1 Finding Food in Dense Forests Represents a Special Cognitive Challenge -- 3.3.2 Extracting Embedded Food -- 3.3.3 Hunting and Cooperation 3.4 Are There Real Differences Between Captive and Wild Populations? -- 3.5 Human Bias and Ecological Validity -- 3.6 The Future of Animal Cognition Studies? -- References -- 4: Mental Capacities of Fishes -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Definition of Sentience -- 4.3 Do Fish Form Relationships? -- 4.4 Cognitive Ability and Neurodevelopment -- 4.4.1 Social Learning -- 4.4.2 Spatial Navigation -- 4.4.3 Numerical Skills -- 4.4.4 Decision-Making -- 4.5 Welfare and Capacities for Feeling: Pain, Fear, and Pleasure -- 4.5.1 Pain -- 4.5.2 Fear -- 4.5.3 Pleasure 4.6 Individual Recognition, Self-Recognition, and Consciousness -- 4.7 Conclusions -- References -- 5: Bovine Prospection, the Mesocorticolimbic Pathways, and Neuroethics: Is a Cowś Future Like Ours? -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Why Bovine Prospection Matters -- 5.3 Rights and Interests -- 5.4 What Is This Cow Planning? -- 5.5 Prospection: Some Definitions -- 5.6 Cow Behaviors -- 5.7 Hypothesis: Cows Have Intuitive Prospection -- 5.8 Bovine Prospection: Belief and Desire -- 5.9 Neural Correlates of Human Desire -- 5.10 Neural Correlates of Bovine Desire? -- 5.11 Neural Correlates of Human Belief 5.12 Neural Correlates of Bovine Belief: What Do We Know? -- 5.13 Is a Cowś Prospection Like Ours? -- 5.14 Belief and Desire in Neotenic Complex Syndrome -- 5.15 Nonreporting Human Intuitive Prospection -- 5.16 Conclusion -- References -- 6: Speciesism and Human Supremacy in Animal Neuroscience -- 6.1 Introduction: Speciesism and Human Supremacy -- 6.2 Sentience and Comparative Neuroscience -- 6.3 Sentience: Pain and Suffering -- 6.4 The Evidence for Pain in Nonhuman Animals -- 6.4.1 Consider Fishes -- 6.4.2 Reconsidering Fishes -- 6.5 Domination and Oppression