2012-8-31 Research Ethics

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Introduction to psychology: Research Ethics PSYC 2012 007 10:00 10:50 am HC 2324 PSYC 2012 009 12:00 12:50am HC 3196 PSYC 2012 010 1:00 1:50pm HC 3324 2012.8.31
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Psychological research How to design a psychological research? Research question Hypothesis Define variables Sample Choose a methods Run the experiment Data collection Analysis
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Psychological research Research question Hypothesis Define variables Sample Choose a methods Run the experiment Data collection Analysis How psychological research be different from other researches? dealing with human subjects Ethics
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Why are ethics important in research? Manipulations Withholding information Private variables Control group Power differential
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Psychological research Example of unethical study Tuskegee Syphilis Study “The man’s status did not warrant ethical debate. They were subjects , not patients; clinical material, not sick people.” ‐‐‐‐ John Heller, one of the medical director of the study What do ethical studies look like ?
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