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Stories by Barbara J. King

The Orca's Sorrow 

A spate of new observations of grief in animals hints at why some species mourn and others do not

March 1, 2019 — Barbara J. King
The Inner Lives of "Food Animals"

The Inner Lives of "Food Animals"

Will growing scientific evidence about nonhuman cognition bring an ethical revolution in terms of who (not “what”) we eat?

March 16, 2017 — Barbara J. King

Humans Are Not the Only Creatures Who Mourn

Mounting evidence from species as diverse as cats, dogs, giraffes and dolphins indicates that humans are not unique in grieving over the loss of loved ones

October 12, 2015 — Barbara J. King

When Animals Mourn

Mounting evidence from species as diverse as cats and dolphins indicates that humans are not the only species that grieves over the loss of loved ones

July 8, 2013 — Barbara J. King
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Depressed by Our Devices?

Depressed by Our Devices?

How Smartphones Affect Mental Health