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Department of Psychology

An article in New Scientist, SPINELESS LEGISLATION, by Alexandra Schnell & Nicola Clayton discusses a study on invertebrates, particularly the octopuses, where behaviour indicates being able to experience emotions and pain. They defend that cephalopods have brain receptors and structures that can process negative emotions.


Visit this short and informative article available on The Captured Thought page. 





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