PSYA01 Lecture 7: Ethics

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PSYA01 – Introduction to Psychology Part 1 Chapter 2.3
Chapter 2.3: Ethics… and Research Marketing
Research Ethics: Humans
Subjects cannot be coerced into participating in experiments
Subjects must be told the ethically relevant aspects of the experiment, then give their
informed consent
Deception is justified, as long as:
Participants is debriefed after the study
Does not otherwise harm the subject either psychologically or physically
The dignity of the subject is maintained
Confidentiality of data is necessary
Research Ethics: Animals
Animals must be treated “humanely” in research settings
No unnecessary suffering
Approved procedures for surgery and the like
Animal research should only be conducted if it is worthwhile
What is worthwhile?
The trend towards “simulated” rats
Issue of the treatment of pets VS research animals
People believe that people treat their pets worse
Dissemination
People must show their result of their experiment
Publications
APA formatted manuscripts
The peer-review process
Lag (long wait between when it is being reviewed to when it is published)
Conference Presentations
Typical format
Invited Talks
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