Ethical principles in the conduct of research with human participants.


Washington [1973] .

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Subjects Bioethics.
Expérimentation humaine en psychologie.
Human Experimentation.
Human experimentation in psychology.
Morale.
Psychologists -- Professional ethics.
Psychology, Experimental.
Description v, 104 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Contents II. Introduction and summary statement ; The scientific obligation ; Ethical dilemmas in research with human participants ; Elements of the ethical conflict ; Two general considerations regarding research with human beings ; Balancing considerations for and against research that raises ethical issues ; Correcting the investigator's bias ; Individual responsibility and collegial review ; Responsibility for assistants ; Differing research contexts that affect the judgment of relative gains and costs ; Ethical issues related to the social context of psychological research
III. Commentary on the ethical principles : The decision for or against conducting a given research investigation : Incidents ; Principles ; Discussion. Obtaining informed consent to participate (including issues of concealment and deception): Incidents ; rinciples ; Discussion. Assuring freedom from coercion to participate : Incidents ; Principle ; Discussion. Fairness and freedom from exploitation in the research relationship : Incidents ; Principle ; Discussion. Protection from physical and mental stress : Incidents ; Principle ; Discussion. Responsibilities to research participants following completion of the research : Incidents ; Principle ; Discussion. Anonymity of the individual and the confidentiality of data : Incidents ; Principle ; Discussion
IV. Ethical issues in the sponsorship of research, in the misuse of research, in restricting access to research findings, and in the utilization of research results ; Ethical issues arising in connection with the source of financial support ; Ethical issues raised by the possibility the research might promote undesirable forces in society ; Ethical problems in restricting access to research data ; Responsibility for promoting the utilization of research results.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)762937
(OCoLC)ocm00762937
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