The present research examined the attitudes of a national sample of contemporary professional psychologists concerning the use of animals in research. A survey was developed similar to that used by Gallup and Beckstead (1988). Additionally, psychologists were asked about their agreement with the two fundamental philosophical positions outlined by Herzog (1990): the principle of equality and the principle of specific rights.
Huskey, Carla A., "Attitudes Toward Animal Research Among Contemporary Psychologists" (1991). Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Experience Program (OURE). 137.