Australian researchers to study emotions in animals

12/8/2010 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

A group of scientists in Australia has launched a study into the feelings and emotions of animals, as part of an effort to reach a deeper understanding of livestock and how they're affected by farming practices. The study, funded by Meat and Livestock Australia, will use principles from human psychological theory to assess emotions in animals.

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