Mice to Men: The Use of Animals in Experimental Psychology
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Documentary about non-human animal testing for experimental human psychology and why it is not useful. With commentaries by Donald Barnes (Phychologist), Murry Cohen, MD (Psychiatrist, Former Medical Director, Narcotics Rehabillitation Center, Mount Sinal Hospital, NY), Kenneth Shapiro (physchologist), Dr. Michael Grant (Professor of psychology University of Bridgeport) and Dr. Tom Regan (Professor of philosophy North Carolina State University).

Explains some animal tests in detail as well as its history.With a closer look on substance abuse studies, maternal deprivation studies, sleep deprivation studies, aggression studies, pain experiments.

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