The Animal Research Controversy: Social and Psychological Perspectives – April 25

Harold Herzog, Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Western Carolina University will give a lecture titled The Animal Research Controversy: Social and Psychological Perspectives, at 7:00 PM, April 25, 1125 UW‐Madison Biochemistry Building, 420 Henry Mall. the talk is part of the Forum on Animal Research Ethic series.

What causes some people to be opposed to the use of animals in biomedical research, while others deem it unethical not to do the research? Why does the topic engender so much emo:on, while other issues related to animal welfare and rights get liGle aGen:on? Dr. Herzog will discuss these ques:ons and more, and welcome discussion from the audience. Herzog is author of Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Why It’s So Hard To Think Straight About Animals.

The University of Wisconsin‐Madison Forum on Animal Research Ethics (FARE) is committed to providing opportuni:es for the community, including ci:zens, students, and researchers, to engage in dialogue about the ethics and outcomes of the use of animals in research.