CH 3 - Ethical Concerns Levels of Ethical Risk No Risk...

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    Ethical Concerns
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    Levels of Ethical Risk No Risk Research Minimal Risk Research Full Review Research
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    No Risk Exempt from review by an IRB Research studying normal educational practices Use of educational tests - cognitive tests such as  aptitude and achievement measures Surveys and observation of public behavior,  except    in cases in which subjects might be identified and/or  sensitive behavior is being studied Archival research using existing data
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    Minimal Risk Research Standard psychological measures and voice  recordings that do not involve any danger to  subjects Studies of cognition and perception that do  not involve stress Full informed consent is generally not  necessary, but debriefing and other ethical  concerns are important
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    Full Review Research Research that may involve  physical stress psychological stress
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