Intro. To Research Methods

Intro. To Research Methods - ETHICS I FOUR STORIES 1....

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ETHICS I – FOUR STORIES 1. Ethical Guidelines for Research World War II The Nuremberg Code * Accumulation of experience with guidelines Declaration of Helsinki * Belmont Report * * Homework: Respect for Persons Obtain these Beneficence documents. Justice APA Ethical Guidelines * UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights * Trend: increase in number and complexity of guidelines 2. The Human Subjects (Participants) We Study Some of the first psychologists studied themselves (introspection) Then students became subjects, etc Diversity has grown gradually Psychology is still very culture-bound Trend: expansion of the human subject pool; still not globally representative 3. The Rise and Decline of Animal Research Evolutionary theory encouraged animal research During the era of behaviorism, much of U.S. psychology research used animals From behavior to cognition Changing views on animal rights
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