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1-13-11 - 1-13-11APA Principles in the Conduct of Research...

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Unformatted text preview: 1-13-11APA Principles in the Conduct of Research with HumansoIs Deception in Research Necessary?oIf we give the participant all of the info about the study it could influence their responseWhy is this likely to happen? What are some examples of areas where peoples responses may not reflect reality?oIt is arguable that deception may be justified in some cases. If we want to know how the participant really feels, what they really believe, or how they would really behave then sometimes we have to deceive them.oThe informed consent form should:oGive a general description of the project in which they are going to participateoInform the participants that no penalties will be invoked if they choose not to participate.oClearly state that participants have the right to withdraw their participation at any time they desireoParticipants at Risk and Participants at Minimal RiskoParticipants at risk: are participants in an experiment that are placed under some emotional or physical risk. (in the last examples syphilis study ad some emotional or physical risk....
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course PSY 3213 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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