Answer to Question #57688 in Other Psychology for Sam
The use of non-human subjects in PSYCHOLOGICAL research is discussed. generally pro-animal research stance that in some labs, the same animals are used repeatedly and that some of the research is quite invasive, painful and sometimes lethal. In addition, literally millions of animals representing a wide variety of species are used every year. Knowing this, should we continue to use animals in psychological research? Can you suggest alternatives or changes?