By: H Davis
410 pages, Illus
Although animals are widely employed as research subjects, only recently have we acknowledged the bond that frequently, perhaps inevitably, develops between subject and researcher. Whatever the qualities of this relationship, an increasing body of evidence suggests that it may result in profound behavioural and physiological changes in the animal subject. This book is the first of its kind to address the issue systematically, describing many examples of this `inevitable bond' between scientist and animal.
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