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    I'm struggling to think of some ethical issues in social psychology research, I was thinking along the lines of Milgram's study on obedience would this be right? Are there any animal studies to talk about?
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    (Original post by GattMariyibi)
    I'm struggling to think of some ethical issues in social psychology research, I was thinking along the lines of Milgram's study on obedience would this be right? Are there any animal studies to talk about?
    you could talk about; how psychology used scans to understand the brain? how animals brain's been used to study the function of the brain!
    do some research on it :yep:
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    you could talk about; how psychology used scans to understand the brain? how animals brain's been used to study the function of the brain!
    do some research on it :yep:
    I'm only looking at issues in social psychology atm and they would be issues in biological and cognitive
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    (Original post by GattMariyibi)
    I'm only looking at issues in social psychology atm and they would be issues in biological and cognitive
    errr i dunno although i have done AS psychology :lol: i dont know if they have done any social experiment on animals though :unsure:
    maybe read this
    http://www.bps.org.uk/system/files/i...5_2012_web.pdf
    no idea :lol:
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    (Original post by fatima1998)
    errr i dunno although i have done AS psychology :lol: i dont know if they have done any social experiment on animals though :unsure:
    maybe read this
    http://www.bps.org.uk/system/files/i...5_2012_web.pdf
    no idea :lol:
    Yeah that's why I was wondering haha, i'll have a look at the link thanks
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    Milgram and Zimbardo cover lots of ethical issues within humans
    Harlow and his Rhesus Monkeys cover animals.
 
 
 
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