1 Bateson, P. Assessment of pain in animals. Anim Behav 1991, 42: 827–839.
2 Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986. 321‐xa.htm.
3 Dantzer, R. Can farm animal welfare be understood without taking into account the issues of emotion and cognition? J Anim Sci 2002, (E. Suppl. 1), 80: E1–E9.
4 Dawkins, MS. From an animal`s point of view: motivation, fitness and animal welfare. Behav Brain Sci 1990, 13: 1–61.
5 Dawkins, MS. Through animal eyes: what behaviour tells us. Appl Anim Behav Sci 2006, 100: 4–10.
6 Rogers, LJ. The Development of Brain and Behaviour in the Chicken. Wallingford: CAB International
7 Widowski, TM, Duncan, IJH. Working for a dustbath: are hens increasing pleasure rather than reducing suffering? Appl Anim Behav Sci 2000, 68: 39–53.
8 Stolba, A, Wood‐Gush, DGM. The assessment of behavioural needs of pigs under free‐range and confined conditions. Appl Anim Ethol 1981, 8: 583.
9 Mason, GJ, Cooper, J, Clarebrough, C. Frustrations of fur‐farmed mink. Nature 2001, 410: 35–36.
10 Seaman, CS, Waran, NK, Mason, G, D`Eath, RB. Animal economics: assessing the motivation of female laboratory rabbits to reach a platform, social contact and food. Anim Behav 2008, 75: 31–42.
11 Bateson, P. What is cognition? Forum for European‐Australian Science and Technology exploratory workshop. 2005, 1: 16–17. cognition2007/FEASTcognition2007_programme.pdf.
12 Brydges, NM, Braithwaite, VA. Measuring animal welfare: what can cognition contribute? ARBS Ann Rev Biomed Sci 2008, 10: 91–103. biblioteca.unesp. DOI: br2008;10:T91‐T103.
13 Darwin, C. The Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals. Republished 1965. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
14 Niendenthal, P. Embodying emotion. Science 2007, 316: 1002–1005.
15 LeDoux, J. The Emotional Brain. New York: Simon and Schuster
16 Emery, NJ, Clayton, NS. %22Comparing the complex cognition of birds and primates%22. In: Rogers, LJ, Gisela, K, eds. Comparative Vertebrate Cognition. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum
; 2004, 3–55.
17 Rogers, LJ. Minds of their Own: Animal Thinking and Awareness. Colorado: Westview
18 Rogers, LJ, Kaplan, G. %22All animals are not
equal: the interface between scientific knowledge and the legislation for animal rights?%22 In: Sunstein, CR, Martha, CN, eds. Animal Rights: Law and Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press
; 2004, 175–202.
19 Duncan, IJH, Petheric, JC. The implications of cognitive processes for animal welfare. J Anim Sci 1991, 69: 5017–5022.
20 Leventhal, H, Scherer, K. The relationship of emotion to cognition: a functional approach to a semantic controversy. Cognit Emotion 1987, 1: 3–28.
21 Sunstein, CR, Nussbaum, MC, eds. Animal Rights: Law and Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press
22 Fraser, D. Animal behaviour, animal welfare and the scientific study of affect. Appl Anim Behav Sci 2009, 118: 108–117.
23 Langford, DJ, Crager, SE, Shehzad, Z, Smith, SB, Sotocinal, SG, et al.
Social modulation of pain as evidence of empathy in mice. Science 2006, 312: 1967–1970.
24 Kaplan, G. Song structure and function of mimicry in the Australian magpie compared to the lyrebird. Int J Comp Psychol 1999, 12: 219–241.
25 Kelly, LA, Coe, RL, Madden, JR, Healy, SD. Vocal mimicry in songbirds. Anim Behav 2008, 76: 521–528.
26 Iacoboni, M, Dapretto, M. The mirror neuron system and the consequences of its dysfunction. Nat Rev Neurosci 2006, 7: 942–951.
27 Rizzolatti, G, Fadiga, L, Gallese, V, Fogassi, L. Premotor cortex and the recognition of motor actions. Cogn Brain Res 1996, 3: 131–141.
28 Williams, JHG, Whiten, A, Suddendorf, T, Perrett, DI. Imitation, mirror neurons and autism. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2001, 25: 287–295.
29 Gibbs, ME. Memory systems in the chick: regional and temporal control by noradrenaline. Brain Res Bull 2008, 76: 170–182.
30 Bradshaw, GA, Schore, AN, Brown, JL, Poole, JH, Moss, CJ. Elephant breakdown. Nature 2005, 433: 807.
31 Raby, CR, Alexis, DM, Dickinson, A, Clayton, NS. Planning for the future by western scrub‐jays. Nature 2007, 445: 919–921.
32 Abeyesinghe, SM, Nicol, CJ, Hartnell, SJ, Wathes, CM. Can domestic fowl, Gallus gallus domesticus
, show self‐control? Anim Behav 2005, 70: 1–11.
33 MacNeilage, P, Rogers, LJ, Vallortigara, G. Origins of the left and right brain. Sci American 2009, 301: 60–67.
34 Vallortigara, G, Snyder, A, Kaplan, G, Bateson, PPG, Clayton, NS, Rogers, LJ. Are animals autistic savants?. PLoS 2008, 6(2
): e42. DOI:10.1371/journal.pbio. 0060042.
35 Siniscalchi, M, Quaranta, A, Rogers, LJ. Hemispheric specialization in dogs for processing different acoustic stimuli. PloS ONE 2008, 3(10
): e3349. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0003349.
36 Lippolis, G, Bisazza, A, Rogers, LJ, Vallortigara, G. Lateralization of predator avoidance responses in three species of toads. Laterality 2002, 7: 163–183.
37 Lippolis, G, Westman, W, McAllan, BM, Rogers, LJ. Lateralization of escape responses in the striped‐faced dunnart, Sminthopsis macroura
(Dasyuridae: Marsupalia). Laterality 2005, 10: 457–470.
38 Schore, AN. %22The self‐organization of the right brain and the neurobiology of emotional development
%22. In: Lewis, MD, Isabela, G, eds. Emotion, Development, and Self‐Organization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
; 2002, 155–185.
39 Wittling, W, Pfluger, M. Neuroendocrine hemisphere asymmetries: salivary cortisol secretion during lateralized viewing of emotion‐related and neutral films. Brain Cogn 1990, 14: 243–265.
40 Wittling, W, Block, A, Schweiger, E, Genzel, S. Hemisphere asymmetry in sympathetic control of the human myocardium. Brain Cogn 1998, 38: 17–35.
41 Davidson, RJ. %22Cerebral asymmetry, emotion, and affective style%22. In: Davidson, RJ, Kenneth, Hugdahl, eds. Brain Asymmetry. Cambridge: MIT Press
; 1995, 361–387.
42 Quaranta, A, Siniscalchi, M, Vallortigara, G. Asymmetric tail‐wagging response by dogs to different emotive stimuli. Curr Biol 2007, 17: 199–201.
43 Rogers, LJ. Hand and paw preferences in relation to the lateralized brain. Phil Trans Roy Soc Lond B 2009, 364: 943–954. DOI:10.1098/rstb.2008.0225.
44 Mendl, M, Burman, OHP, Parker, MA, Paul, ES. Cognitive bias as an indicator of animal emotion and welfare: emerging evidence and underlying mechanisms. Appl Anim Behav Sci 2009, 118: 161–181.