Towards an ethical use of animals

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Title: Towards an ethical use of animals
Author: Lea, Stephen E G
Citation: The Psychologist, 13 (11), pp. 556-557, November 2000
Publisher: The British Psychological Society
Journal: The Psychologist
Date Issued: 2000-11
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/34795
Links: www.thepsychologist.org.uk
Abstract: [FIRST PARAGRAPH] Over 20 years ago, the Society published its first guidance on the use of animals in psychology, in the form of a working party report. That working party grew into the Society’s Standing Advisory Committee on Standards for Psychological Research and Teaching Involving Animals (SACSPRATIA), which in due course produced expanded guidelines on the use of animals in psychological research (BPS Scientific Affairs Board, 1985). These guidelines were worked out in collaboration with the Experimental Psychology Society (EPS), who also published them (see Boakes, 1986). Ever since they have served as standing advice to the members of both Societies and to everyone submitting papers concerning animals to either Society’s journals.
Type: Article
Description: Published version reproduced with the permission of the publisher.
Keywords: animal welfareethicsguidelineslegislationanimal researchpsychological research
ISSN: 0952-8299


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