Flashcards in 3.1 Ethical Concerns Deck (15):
The ____ report defined the principles and applications that have guided more detailed regulations of the American psychological Association code of ethics.
The three basic ____ principles are beneficence, respect for persons (autonomy), and justice.
The associated ____ of these principles are assessment of risks and benefits, informed consent, and selection of subjects.
This principle refers to the need for research to maximise benefits and minimise any possible harmful effects of participation. Called ____.
In decisions about the effects of research, we must calculate potential risks and benefits that are likely to result; this is called a ____ analysis.
Potential risks to the participants include factors such as psychological or physical ____ and loss of ____.
This states that participants are treated as autonomous; a capable of making deliberate decisions about whether to participate in research. Called ____.
This where potential participants in a research project should be provided with all information that might influence thire decision of whether to participate. Called ____.
This occurs where there is active misrepresentation of information. Called ____.
This occurs after the completion of a study. It is an opportunity for the researcher to deal with issues of withholding information, deception, and potential harmful effects of participation. Called ____.
In a ____ procedure, the experimenter describes a situation to participants and asks them how they would respond to the situation.
A different type of role-playing uses ____ of a real world situation.
This principle addresses issues of fairness in receiving the benefits of research as well as bearing the burden is of accepting risks. Called ____.
The fabrication of data is ____. We must be able to believe the reported results of research.