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9/12/11 Research and Ethics Historical Events: o Tuskegee Syphilis Study Not informed of disease or participation in research that would not benefit them Deprived of treatment o Milgram Study Participants were led to believe they were delivering electric shocks despite protests by confederates Participants continued to comply with authority (role demands) Experiment (allegedly) unethical b/c undue stress to the participant o Stanford Prison Experiment Led by Dr. Philip Zimbardo Undergraduate students randomly assigned to roles of guard and prisoner Mock prison in the basement of Stanford psychology bldg Rapidly adopted roles; emotionally traumatizing prisoners 1979 Belmont Report: Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research Respect for persons (autonomy) o Have the option to participate or not participate Beneficence o Benefit of the study to the person and/or to society Justice o Subjects must be treated fairly
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