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Lecture 3

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Psychology
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PSYB01H3
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Anna Nagy

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PSYB01- Lecture 3
Sign up for library lab next week (1 hr session)
Exam: Weekend after thanksgiving (18th ) 10-11:30 OR 11:30-1
No need to remember APA reference guidelines and details
Notes:
Milgrams experiment: provides insight into the dynamics of obedience.
Unethical aspect:
*Deceived participants during exp. - study of learning instead of obedience
making participants realize they could do things they have never imagined
BUT, the participants werent actually hurt so is it still ethical?
*money incentives may have forced compliance, not obidience
Considerations for Milgrams experiment on Obedience:
1. Principle of Beneficence :
-Need to maximize benefits and minimize harmful effects
-Risk-benefit analysis
Risks: psychological & physical harm; loss of confidentiality
e.g: Milgrams experiment may have brought a lot of psychological harm
Benefits: increase education; acquire skill; receive treatment for illness
Satisfaction of participating
Beneficial application of results
2. Informed Consent
-Purpose of study
-Risks and benefits of participation
-Right to refuse or stop participating
-May be challenged by:
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PSYB01- Lecture 3 Sign up for library lab next week (1 hr session) Exam: Weekend after thanksgiving (18 ) 10-11:30 OR 11:30-1 No need to remember APA reference guidelines and details Notes: Milgrams experiment: provides insight into the dynamics of obedience. Unethical aspect: *Deceived participants during exp. - study of learning instead of obedience making participants realize they could do things they have never imagined BUT, the participants werent actually hurt so is it still ethical? *money incentives may have forced compliance, not obidience Considerations for Milgrams experiment on Obedience: 1. Principle of Beneficence: -Need to maximize benefits and minimize harmful effects -Risk-benefit analysis Risks: psychological & physical harm; loss of confidentiality e.g: Milgrams experiment may have brought a lot of psychological harm Benefits: increase education; acquire skill; receive treatment for illness Satisfaction of participating Beneficial application of results 2. Informed Consent -Purpose of study -Risks and benefits of participation -Right to refuse or stop participating -May be challenged by: www.notesolution.com
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