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By Ernest D. Olfert (auth.), Alan A. Boulton, Glen B. Baker, Roger F. Butterworth (eds.)

to the Animal types Volumes This and a number of other volumes within the Neuromethods sequence will describe a couple of animal versions of neu- psychiatric problems. as a result of expanding public obstacle over the moral therapy of animals in examine, we felt it incumbent upon us to incorporate this basic preface to those volumes which will point out why we predict additional learn utilizing animals is important and why animal types of psychi- ric and neurologic issues, specifically, are so very important. We realize that animals should still basically be used whilst compatible possible choices will not be on hand. we expect it self-e- dent, notwithstanding, that people can basically be experimented upon in significantly proscribed situations and substitute professional- dures utilizing cellphone or tissue tradition are insufficient in any types requiring checks of behavioral switch or of complicated in vivo approaches. even if, while the misery, pain, or ache to the animals outweighs the expected profits for human welfare, then the examine isn't moral and shouldn't be carried out.

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Vet. Rec. 118,334-338. Baker H. , Lindsey J. , and Weisbroth S. H. (1979) Chapter 8. Housing to Control Research Variables, in The Laboratory Rat Volume I-Biology and Disease(Baker H. , Lindsey J. , and Weisbroth S. ), Academic, New York, pp, 169-192. Bond N. W. ) (1984) AnimalModels in Psychopathology. Academic, Sydney, pp. l-22. Bond N. W. (1984) Animal Models in Psychopathology: An Introduction, Animal Models in Pychopathology (Bond N. ), Academic, Sydney, pp. 1-21. Bowd A. D. (1980) Ethical Reservations about Psychological Research with Animals.

4. Ethical Responsibilities in Scientific Publications Submissions of scientific articles of animal-based research for publication in scientific journals should clearly define all the parameters under which the animal experiments were carried out (Ellery, 1985). The accurate definition of the animal model being used, in terms of the conditions under which it was conducted, is important for many reasons, including some ethical ones, like reducing the numbers of animals required in replicating experiments, and reducing the numbers of animals “wasted” because the experiment did not work in the hands of another investigator.

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