Conducting Ethical Research. Slides Prepared by Alison L. O’Malley. Passer Chapter 3. Codes of Research Ethics. What is/are ethics? Ethical concerns permeate every aspect of the research process. Name and describe a historical event that influenced contemporary research ethics codes. 4.
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Slides Prepared by Alison L. O’Malley
Passer Chapter 3
What is/are ethics?
Ethical concerns permeate every aspect of the research process.
Name and describe a historical event that influenced contemporary research ethics codes.
Concerns for these ethical principles govern participant selection, consent, and risk-benefit assessment.
How does each principle apply to the
conduction of psychological science?
Describe each form of IRB review.
Considered in judging degree of risk to participants
What other elements must be reflected in an informed consent?
Is informed consent absolutely necessary?
How does assent come into play when working with vulnerable populations?
What are the elements of a
Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare
Should data stay