Importance of Comparative Psychology in Pet Industry Litigation
Charles I. Abramson and Timothy E. Black
Journal of Social Sciences
Comparative psychology is the branch of psychology that studies animal behavior. This article describes the value of comparative psychology for pet industry litigation. An overview is provided on the unique strengths and skills of a comparative psychologist and how comparative psychology differs from other scientific disciplines interested in the behavior of animals. In addition, examples are provided on how comparative psychology can be applied to litigation in the pet industry. Information is also provided on the training of comparative psychologists and where comparative psychologists can be found.
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