Flashcards in Lecture 2 Deck (28)
What is designated to approve, monitor and review biomedical and behaivoral research involving humans with the aim to protect the rights and welfare of subjects?
Human Subjects Committees
When was human subjects committees set up?
In the 70's
What is another name for human subjects committees?
Institutional review boards (IRB)
What are highly protected subjects for research?
Mentally ill persons
What are the 7 ethical considerations for research?
protect from harm
protect from unnesscary deception
right to decline to participate/withdraw
What is permission from all subject before experiment begins?
Is informed consent required for minimal risk?
Informed consent informs participants of?
how privacy/confidentiality is protected
how long it takes
who researcher is/contact info
What does it mean to protect a subject from harm and remove harmful consequences?
they must leave study same physical and psychological condition as when they started
What is it called when participants are given incorrect or misleading information about a study, usualy the methods or purpose?
What is deception good for?
Decreasing hypothesis guessing and improving validity
What must you do with all subjects regarding purpose of study?
What are the 2 types of debriefing?
Dehoxing is to do what?
Inform of any deception used
Desensitizing is to makes sure of what?
they are comfortable with their performance
Privacy in research entails what?
subjects have right to control the amount of information they reveal about themselves.
Confidentiality means subjects have the right to what?
right to keep the information they reveal confidential
What type of data can be associated with individual person?
What type of data can't be associated with individual?
What does the right to decline to participate or withdraw during the study ensure?
research participation is voluntary
What is it called when researchers have multiple relationships with their participants?
What is another ethical consideration?
When reporting results you must have done what?
What are the consequences of ethical violations?
What are the 3 broad classifications of descriptive data analysis?
What are statistical summaries of observations?
What are descriptions of observations in words and themes?