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Psychological research, obedience and ethics
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Film A: Researching Animals (meerkats) (2010) (video), DSE141 Discovering psychology, Milton Keynes, The Open University
Film B: Researching Animals (chimpanzees) (2010) (video), DSE141 Discovering psychology, Milton Keynes, The Open University