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Articles on Animal Pain Published in JAAWS

This is a collection of articles about Animal Pain from JAAWS in relation to the studies of the human-animal relationship.  The Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (JAAWS) is the leading peer-reviewed journal on the science of animal welfare for veterinarians, scientists and public policy makers. It presents articles and reports on practices that demonstrably enhance the welfare of wildlife, companion animals and animals used in research, agriculture and zoos.

Mather, J. (2011). Do Fish Feel Pain?. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science14(2), 170-172.

Anil, L., Anil, S. S., & Deen, J. (2005). Pain detection and amelioration in animals on the farm: issues and options. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science8(4), 261-278.

Mather, J. A. (2001). Animal suffering: An invertebrate perspective. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science4(2), 151-156.

Purves, K. E. (2000). Global harmonization of pain and distress classification systems: current analysis and opportunity for change. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science3(1), 49-61.

Karas, A. Z. (1999). Pain Management and Humane Endpoints. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science2(3), 259-261.

Stephens, M. L., Mendoza, P., Weaver, A., & Hamilton, T. (1998). Unrelieved pain and distress in animals: an analysis of USDA data on experimental procedures. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science1(1), 15-26.


Updated July 2019

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