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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pain_in_crustaceans

In 2002, James Rose (University of Wyoming) and more recently Brian Key (University of Queensland) published reviews arguing that fish (and presumably crustaceans) cannot feel pain because they lack a neocortex in the brain and therefore do not have consciousness. This has been robustly contested.

www.researchgate.net/post/Do_lobsters_have_brains

" Nervous System The lobsters nervous system is very primitive. In fact it is most similar to the nervous system of an insect. Neither insects nor lobsters have brains. Further, lobsters and other ...

kitchen-myths.com/.../31/lobsters-scream-with-pain-when-boiled

You definitely DO need a brain, not to mention a brain that is developed enough, to feel pain. The thing is that lobsters DO have a brain. ALL arthopods, whether it be a crustacean, an insect, a spider, a centipede, a millipede, etc. have brains. Anyone who says they don’t have a brain has no idea what they are talking about.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lobster

Caught lobsters are graded as new-shell, hard-shell, or old-shell, and because lobsters which have recently shed their shells are the most delicate, an inverse relationship exists between the price of American lobster and its flavor. New-shell lobsters have paper-thin shells and a worse meat-to-shell ratio, but the meat is very sweet.

www.answers.com/Q/Does_a_lobster_have_a_brain

Yes, lobsters do have brains. However, it is very much different from those of humans and more like those found in insects. A lobster's nervous system consists of a brain between their eyes and ...

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080108161442AAk0l7r

Lobsters have brains just not complex brains like a human or dog would have. Their brains operate think about more basic things (food, sex, survival) not so much about quantum physics, symbolism, poetry, etc. ( at least I don't think so).

www.washingtonpost.com/news/food/wp/2018/01/13/another...

“Neither insects nor lobsters have brains,” according to the institute. “For an organism to perceive pain it must have a complex nervous system. Neurophysiologists tell us that lobsters ...

www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/do-lobsters...

Do lobsters and other invertebrates feel pain? New research has some answers. ... there need to be good reasons to have enough brain for pain. Smid thinks that insects simply do not have the need ...

www.cbsnews.com/news/hot-debate-do-lobsters-feel-pain

A new study out of Norway concludes that it's unlikely lobsters feel pain, stirring up a long-simmering debate over whether the valuable seafood suffers when it's being cooked. Animal activists ...

theconversation.com/psychologist-jordan-peterson-says-lobsters...

Psychologist Jordan Peterson says lobsters help to explain why human hierarchies exist – do they? ... Arthropods don’t have an amygdala (lobsters don’t even have a brain, just an aglomerate ...