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Alternatives to the use of animals in psychological research.
3. The claim that such experiments are of help in understanding mental disorders cannot be taken seriously. If the justification for such research is the investigation of our own behaviour, then surely this could be achieved far more reliably by careful observation of human behaviour. The International Association Against Painful Experiments on Animals calls for a complete prohibition on the use of animals in psychological and behavioural research.
Alternatives to the use of animals in psychological research
The research has told us about important connections between stress and disease and has suggested psychological interventions for coping with stress more effectively…our understanding of drug abuse and physical dependence
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We watch a lot of psychological animal testing videos
Research Animals in Psychology
American Association for the Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC)
Animal Welfare Act
The fact that this website has government backed examples of organizations and affiliations with definitions of their responsibilities gives it great credibility
International Association Against Painful Experiments on Animals
study of physiological and biochemical effects of fear and stress
the study of food deprivation
Humane Society International
Animals that are protected under the Animal Welfare Act are: dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, nonhuman primate animals, and other warm blooded animals designated by the secretary
Does not include: rats, mice, birds, fish, reptiles or amphibians
Rats, mice and birds make up about 90 to 95 percent of animal test subjects.
100 million animals are subject to animal testing annually
The amount of numerical data that the page provides leads one to believe that their position is logical and effective
New England Anti-Vivisection Society
Small, crowded cages, lack of enrichment, loud noises, and bright lights out of sync with natural lighting are all known to create stress in animals who in turn show physical symptoms of the stress, including chronic inflammatory conditions.
Ongoing mental and physical suffering from the endless boredom, confinement, fear, and emotional stress of daily laboratory life
The website uses the lack of basic needs to evoke a sense of depression and sorrow for the animals.
Psychological Animal Testing:
Pro's of Psychological Animal Research - WriteWork
1. It is obvious that psychological and behavioural experiments cause suffering to animals in a number of ways. Animals are subjected to stress, starved, given electric shocks, drugged and brain damaged during the course of such research.
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Much psychological and behavioural research using animals seems both trivial and obvious and is increasingly criticised by psychologists themselves. The results of social isolation; the need for an enriched environment in the recovery from brain damage; the effects of under-nourishment early in life, are all examples where the outcome is surely obvious. If the justification for such research is the investigation of various aspects of our own behaviour, then surely this could be achieved far more reliably and without the infliction of pain and misery, by careful analysis of human behaviour. The real alternative then is to observe ourselves.
Psychological Animal Experiments - IAAPEA
So there are many animals, or should we say ‘organisms’, that are not covered by any legislation, and for research purposes do not count as ‘animals’. There is no law protecting lobsters, spiders or mosquitoes (and especially not the bacteria) from being used in any way whatsoever in research. The British Psychological Society (BPS) does that the ethics standards of work with protected species should also be maintained with organisms not covered by the relevant legislation, but this is just a recommendation.
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Psychology is often thought to be just about human beings. However, there are important areas of psychological research that involve non-human animals.