I just wanted to say I generally believe that the concept of using animals in experiments (without harm of course) is an overall amazing turnout. From teaching them other forms of communication, like sign language, as stated in chapter 13 to the research of their memories. Just the overall research and studies of the capabilities of different animals in congruence with our capabilities just goes to show how much we can learn from what the world has to offer. It's amazing to see similarities in the way tools can be used effectively upon ourselves and animals. The surprises we have seen from them excites me to wonder what else we can learn from animals. (I'm an animal freak so I just really enjoyed how much we can learn from them - in the hopes that for the most part some experiments are also beneficial to them as well)
Powell, R. A., & Symbaluk, D. G. (2013). Introduction to Learning and Behavior (4th ed.). Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth Cengage Learning.