Measuring Affective States Across Species in Relation to Pain

  • Andrew Rice (Chair)
  • Jennifer Lofgren (Organiser)
  • Nick Andrews (Member of programme committee)
  • Mette S Herskin (Member of programme committee)
  • Wenlong Huang (Member of programme committee)
  • Duncan Lascelles (Member of programme committee)
  • Victor Owoyele (Member of programme committee)
  • Daniel Pang (Member of programme committee)
  • Dale Sandercock (Member of programme committee)
  • Constanza Meneses (Member of programme committee)
  • Vera Baumans (Participant)
  • Lee Neil (Participant)
  • Wemelsfelder, F. (Participant)

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IASP Non-Human Pain Special Interest Group (NHP_SIG) Virtual Workshop

Learning Objectives:
1) be able to describe the bi-directional relationship between affective state and sensory pain
2) be able to describe the additive value of assessing affective state in addition to more traditional, reflexive measures of pain in animal models
3) be able to describe example methodologies appropriate for evaluating affective state in several non-human animal species
Period25 Feb 2021
Event typeWorkshop
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • Affective state
  • Pain assessment
  • Pain
  • Pain model
  • Sensory pain
  • Mouse
  • Suffering
  • Pig
  • Dog
  • Rat