Introduction to Ethical Theory
GRAD 61200 - Intro to Ethical
Many of the decisions we make each day in the practice of
research at first blush appear to be very practical decisions made to
accomplish objective goals.
Many are guided by regulat
With an Emphasis on Plagiarism
Shared values relevant to research?
Reporting findings precisely and taking care to avoid errors.
Using resources wisely and avoiding waste.
Letting the facts speak f
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OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
Executive Office of the President;
Purdue University Policies - III.A.2
Policy on Research Misconduct (III.A.2)
Volume III: Ethics
Chapter A: Conduct
Issuing Office: Office of the Provost
Responsible Officer: Research Integrity Officer
Responsible Office: OVPR Office of Re
Protecting Research Subjects
GRAD 61200: Protection of
Research involving human or nonhuman vertebrate animal subjects
The use of human or non-human
vertebrate animal subjects in research is
not a right of scientists and scholars; it is
a privilege and
GRAD 61200: Responsible Conduct of Research
Selected cases from Macrina, Chapter 6
Use of Animals in Biomedical Experimentation
6.1 You are beginning a new postdoctoral position at the same time that your mentor is
moving her laboratory into a new buildin
Scientific Record Keeping and
GRAD 61200: Responsible
Proper record keeping is crucial to
scientific research. But the accepted
practices of record keeping and
policies on custody and retention of
data are usually learned passively by
Publication and Authorship
When and How to publish?
When you have a story to tell, but which story?
In part, the decision that its the right time to
tell your story is a maximization decision.
What are you try to maximize?