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Wynne , C. D. L (2010). Our conflicted relationship with animals [Review of Some we love, some we hate, some we eat: Why it’s so hard to think straight about animals by Hal. Herzog]. Nature, 467, 275-6. At publisher's website (subscription required).

Wynne , C. D. L (2010). Calibrating the scales of suffering [Review of Do Fish Feel Pain? by Victoria Braithwaite]. Nature, 464, 981. At publisher's website (subscription required).

Jamison, W. & Wynne , C. D. L (2010) Autism and animal insight [Review of Temple Grandin by Mick Jackson]. Nature, 464, 35. At publisher's website (subscription required).

Wynne, C. D. L. (2009). Going to the Dogs. Syndicated to numerous international newspapers, including The Guatemala Times (11-6-2009); The Korea Times (12-20-2009); The Toronto Globe and Mail; (11-15-2009); L’Orient Le Jour (11-09-2009); Die Welt (11-29-09); etc.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2009). Darwin’s puppy love [review of Darwin’s dogs by Emma Townshend].  Nature. 461, 1210-1211.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2009). Benji was not guilty Wolf Park News. Summer 2009.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2009). How well do wolves and dogs understand people? Wolf Park News. Spring 2009.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2009) Monkeys Greatest Hits. [Review of: Radick, G. 2007: The Simian Tongue: The long debate about animal language.] Ethology. 305, 399-400.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2008) Rational Beings and Others [Review of: Intelligence of Apes and Other Rational Beings by Duane M. Rumbaugh and David A. Washburn]. American Journal of Psychology. In press.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2009) What’s the secret of the Wolf Park wolves? Wolf Park News. Winter 2009. 8.

Wynne, C. D. L (2008) Aping Language: a skeptical analysis of the evidence for nonhuman primate language. Skeptic  13: 10-14.

Wynne, C. D. L (2007) University of Florida Psychologists Study Dog Behavior. Critter. 1: 22.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2007) What the Ape Said. [Review of Kanzi’s Primal Language: The Cultural Initiation of primates into language].  By P. Segerdahl, W. Fields, & S. Savage-Rumbaugh, 2005: Ethology. 113: 411-413.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2006) Chimps are from Mars, Bonobos from Venus. [Review of Our Inner Ape: A leading Primatologist Explains Why We Are Who We Are]. By F. De Waal. Ethology. 112: 310-311.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2005) Kissing cousins. New York Times, Dec. 12, 2005.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2004) Does your dog understand you? The Scientist. Dec. 20.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2004) “Hello They-ah” [Review of Animal Talk: Breaking the Code of Animal Language by Tim Friend]. American Scientist, 92, 190-191.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2003) 'Willy' Didn't Yearn to Be Free. New York Times, Dec. 27, 2003.

Wynne, C. D. L (2003) Review of The Nine Emotional Lives of Cats by J. M. Masson. American Scientist, 91, 71.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2001) Universal Plotkinism: A review of Henry Plotkin’s Darwin Machines and the Nature of Knowledge, Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 76: 351-361.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2001) Of apes and men, Syndicated to 91 international newspapers including The Irish Times, Die Welt, Le Figaro, La Repubblica, El Pais, etc.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2001) Sending signals [Review of Songs, Roars, and Rituals by L. Rogers and G. Kaplan] American Scientist, 89: 90-91.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2001) The Soul of the Ape, American Scientist. 89: 120-122.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2001) Pets Aren’t Us [Review of The Truth About Dogs: An Inquiry into the Ancestry, Social Conventions, Mental Habits, and Moral Fiber of Canis familiaris. Stephen Budiansky; Dogs Behaving Badly: An A-to-Z Guide to Understanding and Curing Behavioral Problems in Dogs. Nicholas Dodman; Companion Animals and Us: Exploring the Relationships Between People and Pets. Anthony L. Podberscek, Elizabeth S. Paul and James A. Serpell] American Scientist. 89:

Wynne, C. D. L. (2000) Unexpressed thoughts [Review of: Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think, Marc Hauser] American Scientist, 88: 280-282.

Wynne, C. D. L. (2000) Old developments [Review of Origins of Intelligence: The Evolution of Cognitive Development in Monkeys, Apes, and Humans, by S. T. Parker & M. L. McKinney]. American Scientist, 88: 180-181.

Wynne, C. D. L. (1999) Do Animals Think? The Case Against the Animal Mind. Psychology Today. 32, 50-53.

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