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Critical Thinking 4

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY 3221
Professor
Jeremy Tyler
Semester
Fall

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Critical Thinking Chapter 4IHistorical examplesaNo matter whether psychologists are testing a frequency association or casual claim they strive to conduct their research ethicallytheir guided by standard ethical principles as they plan and conduct their researchbThe Tuskegee Syphilis Study illustrates 3 major ethics violationsiMen werent treated respectfullyiiMen in the study were harmediiiThe researchers targeted a disadvantaged groupcMilgram obedience studies illustrate an ethical balance iIllustrate the gray areas in ethical research including how they balance the importance of a study with the harm it might doIICore ethical principlesaAchieving an ethical balance in research is guided by standards and lawsbMany countries ethical policies are governed by the Nuremberg Code and the declaration of HelsinkicIn the US federal ethical policies are based on the common rule which is grounded in the Belmont ReportdThe Belmont Report Principles and applicationsiThe principle of respect for persons1Individuals participating in research should be treated as autonomous agents everyone is entitled to the precaution of informed consent
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