Should Animals be Used in Biomedical and Behavioral Research Herzog (1990) clearly states the research question which is centered on whether animals should be used in biomedical and behavioral research. The question involves the ethics of using certain experiments. The main issue presented in the introduction is public concern over the ethical treatment of animals in research. From 1975-1990, that concern had deepened significantly and the animal rights movement greatly influenced the way in which animal research was conducted. There are five references used in the introduction which are sufficient because the two issues are the criticisms raised by animal rights groups versus the central ethical issues in psychology. Late in the article,...The end:
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