3600pp3 - Chapter 3: Ethical Research Stress &...

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Chapter 3: Ethical Research Greater than encountered in everyday life? Milgram and Zimbardo experiments Belmont Report Beneficence Respect for Persons Justice Psychological Research Risks Physical Harm Stress Informed Consent An agreement with participants clarifying the nature of the research Only told the aspects of the procedure that might influence their decision to participate Autonomy Withholding vs. Deception Acceptable when such information is irrelevant to the decision to participate. Purposeful misrepresentation of the nature of the study. “Purpose” deception Confederates Deception Problematic 1. More interest in non-deceptive areas
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2. Greater awareness of ethical concerns 3. IRB’s review proposals 4. Debriefing Alternatives to Deception Role Playing Participants indicate how they think they would respond Not considered to be a good alternative Demand characteristics
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