The Library

The Library

Welcome to my somewhat chaotic library of useful but unsorted information. I am moving this information here as my group "Animal Cognition and Welfare Research" on this forum was proving unsuccessful in gaining readership. This library is primarily intended to be a source of cross reference information when composing arguments about animal cognition, preferences, and to improve overall knowledge of how animals perceive things differently.
This is sort of a living work desk where people can find sources to compose their ethical frameworks of animal cognition based on solid research.​
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  1. Emotion Recognition in Horses with Convolutional Neural Networks A standardized method of measuring equine emotion is intensely...
  2. Dogs do look at images: eye tracking in canine cognition research

    Some additional background as to why this is relevant, canines have a higher eye refresh rate...
  3. Hay preferences in horses versus selection by their owners

    Remember to pick hay your horse will like and think from their perspective...
  4. Awake canine fMRI predicts dogs’ preference for praise vs food
  5. Long-term memory for categories and concepts in horses (Equus caballus)
  6. Learning & Behaviour: Special issue: Canine cognition

    An entire journal magazine of canine cognition articles...
  7. Challenges Related to Nonhuman Animal-Computer Interaction: Usability and 'Liking'

    There are also a bunch of other papers in the (Animal Computer Interaction) (ACI) field...
  8. Horses can learn to use symbols to communicate their preferences
  9. EquiFACS: The Equine Facial Action Coding System

    Warning! automatically starts downloading a .pdf file named file.pdf. This is supposed to...
  10. Functionally relevant responses to human facial expressions of emotion in the domestic horse
  11. The Thinking Horse: Cognition and Perception Reviewed
  12. A horse's eye view: size and shape discrimination compared with other mammals
  13. Evidence of heterospecific referential communication from domestic horses (Equus caballus) to humans