Measuring emotional processes in animals: the utility of a cognitive approach

@article{Paul2005MeasuringEP,
  title={Measuring emotional processes in animals: the utility of a cognitive approach},
  author={E. Paul and E. Harding and M. Mendl},
  journal={Neuroscience \& Biobehavioral Reviews},
  year={2005},
  volume={29},
  pages={469-491}
}
Contemporary researchers regard emotional states as multifaceted, comprising physiological, behavioural, cognitive and subjective components. Subjective, conscious experience of emotion can be inferred from linguistic report in humans, but is inaccessible to direct measurement in non-human animals. However, measurement of other components of emotion is possible, and a variety of methods exist for monitoring emotional processes in animals by measuring behavioural and physiological changes. These… Expand
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