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Week Three Ethics in Research
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Primary Responsibilities of Researchers Accuracy Only report what you’ve found Take steps to correct mistakes if they have  been published Allow replication of results Adhere to  regulations  about research
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Research Ethics: Historical Context Nuremberg Code Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment Milgram Experiment
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Ethical Issue #1: Voluntary Participation Research subjects have to be  free to leave   an experiment at any time, and  without fear  of retribution. Rewards/incentives  for participation can be  an ethical problem as well—extra credit for  classes, reduced sentences, etc. Which groups are considered capable of  considered vulnerable populations? People can’t be coerced into participating in research
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Prospective research participants must be fully informed about the procedures and risks involved in research BEFORE consenting to participate. Informed Consent Must Include: v Purpose of the research, expected duration, included  procedures v Right to decline participation—or to leave the study at any  time v Any consequences to withdrawing or declining v
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