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Current topics in behavioral neurosciences
Where there is no viable alternative, studies of neuronal activity are conducted on animals. The use of animals, particularly for invasive studies of the brain, raises a number of ethical issues. Practical or normative ethics are enforced by legislation, in relation to the dominant welfare guidelines developed in the UK and elsewhere. Guidelines have typically been devised to cover all areas of biomedical research using animals in general, and thus lack any specific focus on neurosciencedoi:10.1007/7854_2014_333 pmid:25205325 fatcat:ciazg2pyuffw3npag4abljfb7a