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Ethics in Research Ethics in Research PSYC 310 - Chapter 4 PSYC 310 - Chapter 4
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Research Ethics 2 major responsibilities: Ensure the welfare and dignity / safety of both human and non- human research participants / subjects. Ensure that public reports of research are accurate and honest.
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Research Ethics Nuremburg Code (1947) Milgram experiment (1963) American Psychological Association (1973) National Research Act (1974) Belmont Report (1979) Historical Roots:
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APA Guidelines (2002) No Harm Risks must be identified, minimized, and justified. Participants must be made aware of risks (informed consent). Offer post-experiment assistance.
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Informed Consent: Participants must be informed of what will be Right to withdraw at any time, without consequence. Participation must be
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course PSYCH 310 taught by Professor T.bianco during the Winter '10 term at Concordia Canada.

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Chapter_4 - PSYC 310 - Chapter 4 Ethics in Research...

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