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PSYC 331 Lecture 7 -- Ethics

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11 PSYC 331 Lecture 7 How do we ensure that our research is ethical?
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22 Overview In this lecture, we will discuss… n Ethical problems in the past n Ethical problems in the present n Ethical Guidelines n Legal Requirements n Social Context n What if you need to use deception? n Ethics and web-based research
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33 Ethical problems in the past n Just some examples (1970s and before): n Experiments by Nazis during WWII n Tuskegee Institute study n Studies using uninformed terminally ill cancer  patients  n Studies using mentally retarded children n Studies by pharmaceutical companies that pay  doctors to administer experimental drugs to 
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44 Ethical problems in the  present n Examples: n Duke University Medical Center, NASA- sponsored study (1999) n Psychiatric Research: At Mount Sinai Medical  School  n Corporate Research: Physician and  SmithKline Beecham PLC n Ethics in research involving federal grants.  Found 11 researchers guilty of misconduct 
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55 Ethical offenses associated with  research on federal grants n During 2001-2001, 11 researchers committed  the following offenses: n
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