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Intro to biopsychology

What ethical considerations should guide biopsycholgical research on non human animals? How should these ethical considerations differ from those guiding biopsychological research on humans?

Compare and contrast experimental and quasiexperimental research.

In retrospect, the entire story of prefontal lobotomies is shocking. How could physicians who are generally intelligent, highly educated, and dedicated to helping their patients participate in such a travesty? How could somebody win a Nobel Prize for developing a form of surgery that left more than 40,000 people in the United States alone mentally crippled? Why did this happen? Could something like this happen today? Explain why or why not.

How has this chapter enhanced your perspective on biopsychological research?

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