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Harlow (1959)
rhesus monkeys and emotional attachment in infants
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Blakemore and Cooper (1970)
kittens and visual spatial learning
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Singer (1975)
specicism is no different to racism and sexism
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Gray (1991)
our responsibilities to humans are very different to anims - utilitarian approach
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Regan (1984)
animal research is never acceptable - absolutism
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Dunayer (2002)
the laws dont protect animals, it just sets standards for harm
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