Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Human/animal similarities

Classification path:
DETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS Determinants of hedonic level Physiological basis of hedonic experience Human/animal similarities
Additional keywords
Human/animal similarities,apes, evolution, genetic distance, primates
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Balcombe, J. Pleasurable Kingdom. Animals and the Nature of Feeling Good.
MacMillan, 2006, New York, USA
Thomä, D.; Henning, C.; Mitscherlich-Schönherr, O Glück: Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch. (Happiness: An Interdisciplinary Handbook).
Metzler, 2011, Stuttgart, Germany
Boissy, A.; Bak Jensen, M.; Manteuffel, G. Assessment of Positive Emotions in Animals to Improve their Welfare.
Physiology and Behavior, 2007, Vol. 92, 375 - 397
Cabanac, M. Pleasure: The Common Currency.
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 1992, Vol. 155, 173 - 200
Weiss, A.; King, J.E.; Matsuzawa, T. Evidence for a ‘Midlife Crisis’ in Great Apes Consistent with the U-Shape in Human Well-Being.
IZA Discussion Paper No. 7009, 2012, Germany
Panksepp, J. Cross-Species Affective Neuroscience Decoding of the Primal Affective Experiences of Humans and Related Animals.
PLoS ONE, 2011, Vol. 6, 1 - 15
Adams, M.J.; King, J.E.; Weiss, A. The Majority of Genetic Variation in Orangutan Personality and Subjective Well-Being is Nonadditive.
Behavior Genetics, 2012, Vol. 42, 675 - 686
Weiss, A.; Enns, R.M.; King, J.E. Subjective Well-Being Is Heritable and Genetically Correlated With Dominance in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2002, Vol. 83, 1141 - 1149
Weiss, A.; King, J.E.; Perkins, L. Personality and Subjective Well-Being in Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus and Pongo abelii).
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2006, Vol. 90, 501 - 511
Weiss, A.; Hong, K.W.; Inoue-murayama, M. Assessing Chimpanzee Personality and Subjective Well-Being in Japan.
American Journal of Primatology, 2009, Vol. 71, 283 - 292
Weiss, A.; Adams, M.J.; Widdig, A. Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) as Living Fossils of Hominoid Personality and Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of Compartive Psychology, 2011, Vol. 125, 73 - 83