Perspectives On Animal Research*

Volume 1, 1989

Edited By

Stephen R. Kaufman, M.D.
Betty Todd, R.N.

Originally published by the Medical Research Moderization Society
Copyright 1989

Republished with permission.

[*Beginning with volume 2, Perspectives on Animal Research was retitled Perspectives on Medical Research in light of the range of topics discussed within the journal.]


Critiques of Animal Models

Learned Helplessness: A Critique of Research and Theory
Kathryn Hahner, PhD.

Head Injury Research at the University of Cincinnati
Christopher D. Smith, M.D.

A Critique of Brain Wound Research
Christopher D. Smith, M.D.

A Critique of Animal Psychology Research at the University of California at Berkeley
Brandon P. Reines, D.V.M.

Response to Dr. Blakemore's Assertion that Work Involving Nonhuman Animals has Led to Significantly Greater Understanding and Treatment of Amblyopia
Nedim C. Buyukmihci, V.M.D.

Review of Grant Application for the Study of Ocular Histoplasmosis
Nedim C Buyukmihci, V.M.D.

Review of Grant for Research on Laser Damage to Monkey Retinas
Nedim C Buyukmihci, V.M.D.

Toxicity Testing

Problems with the Draize Test
Stephen K Kaufman, M.D.

Animal Models of Dermal Toxicity
Stephen K Kaufman, M.D.

Rats! To Animal Models
Kenneth P. Stoller, M.D.

General Topics

Mathematical Models Vs. Animal Models
Irwin D. Bross, Ph.D.

Use of Non-Patient Animals in Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology Courses
Gary Block


Comment on Use of Laboratory Animals in Biomedical and Behavioral Research Stephen R. Kaufman, M.D.

Comment on Animal Research at Stanford University
Stephen R. Kaufman, M.D.