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The APA Guidelines for Ethical Conduct in the Care and Use of Animals state:Research should be undertaken with a clear scientific purpose. There should be a reasonable expectation that the research will:
a) increase knowledge of the processes underlying the evolution, development, maintenance, alteration, control, or biological significance of behavior,c) increase understanding of the species under study; ord) provide results that benefit the health or welfare of humans or other animals (2005, section I. A).For this discussion:Locate and read an article from the Capella Library about ethical issues in research with animals.Answer these questions: What are some of the benefits of animal research?What are some of its drawbacks?Do you anticipate a time when we will no longer use animals in scientific research?Include enough information to support your position.Cite your source using standard APA guidelines.ReferenceAmerican Psychological Association Committee on Animal Research and Ethics (CARE). (2005). APA guidelines for ethical conduct in the care and use of animals. Retrieved from Include 3 Additional resources as well as bookCarlson, N. R. (2014). Foundations of behavioral neuroscience (9th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.