Ethical Conduct of Research

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Ethical Conduct of Research
2014-09-23 20:17:42
PSY 230
We gettin' ethical here
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  1. Beneficence and Nonmaleficence
    maximize benefits and minimize harm to participants
  2. Fidelity and Responsibility
    Be dependable, faithful to, and honest with your colleagues, the community within which you conduct research, and the people you study
  3. Integrity
    strive to be truthful, accurate, objective, and fair in all parts of the research process
  4. Justice
    • Ensure your limitations and biases
    • DO not hinder or cause others to hinder the rights of all people to be treated fairly and equally
  5. Respect for People's Rights and Dignity
    Ensure the safety and well-being of participants
  6. Competence
    You need familiarity with the area of research
  7. Unfair Discrimination
    Should not treat people differently solely on the basis of some personal characteristics
  8. Sexual Harassment
    Need to guard against abuses of the power you have as a researcher
  9. Avoiding Harm
    Consider the relative cost versus the benefits of the research
  10. Multiple Relationships
    Remain independent of participants
  11. Exploitative Relationships
    Do not take advantage of participants or research assistants
  12. Informed Consent
    Clearly define the relationship between the researcher and the participants