Lecture Notes 2182020.docx - Psy 205 Guidelines for Psychologists APA Ethical Principles APA\u2019s Five general Principles o Respect for persons o

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Psy 205 2/19/2020 Guidelines for Psychologists: APA Ethical Principles APA’s Five general Principles o Respect for persons o Beneficence o Justice o Fidelity: building trust with the people that you are working with o Integrity: plagiarism Ethical Standards for research o Institutional review boards: decide whether the work the researcher is doing is ethical Consist of at least 5 people Consist of a scientist, academic (non-scientist), and a member of the community Levels of IRB Review (Look at Blackboard for Powerpoint for full chart) Exempt: of minimal risk to participants o Best category be in Expedited: not much risk is involved o Has 9 categories o Only needs 1 member to review it Full Board: work is reviewed when the research has many risks o Takes longer Informed consent Form that tells what the study consists (risks and benefits) that participants have to sign
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Unformatted text preview: Has contact information along with a chance for the participant to leave at any time Deception Sometimes it is necessary for the study and tell at the end of the study Research Misconduct Data Fabrication and Falsification o P-Hacking Plagiarism: stealing someone else work Have to send in a report after the study just to see if you did what you were supposed to do Animal Research Legal Protection via IACUC (separate from IRB) Animal Care Guidelines o The 3 R’s Replace: replace the use of animals whenever possible Reduce: reduce the number of animals needed to a minimum Refine: refine tests to cause animals the least amount of distress Attitudes of Scientists and Students oHave to care for the animals a lot Attitudes of Animal Rights Groups...
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  • Spring '20
  • Matthew, Mervin R
  • Informed consent, The Animals, institutional review board, Scientific misconduct,  Exempt

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