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Committee on Animal Research and Ethics (CARE)

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From the American Psychologicla Association (APA) website: The charge of the Committee on Animal Research and Ethics is: To safeguard responsible research with animals, other than humans, and to establish and maintain cooperative relations with organizations sharing common interests. To disseminate in cooperation with other organizations accurate information about such research. To review the ethics of such research and recommend guidelines for its ethical conduct. To... More
Material Type: Reference Material
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Date Added to MERLOT: August 07, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 09, 2014
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Submitter: Jason Tomei

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Language: English
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Avatar for Lorraine Sabino
12 years ago

Lorraine Sabino (Student)

This was a good site but a rough topic for me. I think the info presented was
good and informative. Its a good site for high school and college students to get valuable information on a topic that is controversial.

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bold but clearly stated, easy to get through, easy to navigate and obtain what you are looking for

Avatar for Kim Heilig
12 years ago

Kim Heilig (Student)

I spent about 10 minutes reviewing the material. I thought the quality was
there with accurate concepts supporting animal testing. These concepts were
educationally significant because a lot of people hear the idea of animal
testing and are against it thinking it is cruel. This article points out the
benefits. It had a lot of main, key points that would enhance learning and
teaching.

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This site would be easy to use for the first time user.