The use of non-human animals in psychological research: the current state of the debate

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Haworth, G. 1992. The use of non-human animals in psychological research: the current state of the debate. Psychology Teaching. 1, pp. 46-54.
AuthorsHaworth, G.
Year1992
JournalPsychology Teaching
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ISSN0305-7607
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