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Research Ethics Please read Chapters 4 and 5 in Martin.

Issues in Research Ethics. Coercion. $$$, extra credit, social pressures. Privacy. Deception. Physiology of cheating. Discomfort or Harm. Right to . Service. Experimental group gets beneficial treatment, control group does not..

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Research Ethics Please read Chapters 4 and 5 in Martin.






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Research Ethics

Please

read Chapters 4 and 5 in Martin.

Slide2

Issues in Research Ethics

Coercion

$$$, extra credit, social pressures

Privacy

Deception

Physiology of cheating

Discomfort or Harm

Right to

Service

Experimental group gets beneficial treatment, control group does not.

Slide3

Reducing Ethical Problems

Institutional Review Boards

Preserve participants’ anonymity

Obtain informed

consent

This might contaminate the data

And even create harm (medical students’ syndrome)

Reduce risk of harm when possible

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Dehumanizing Language

“Subjects” or “Participants”

“Males & Females” or “Men and Women”

Words used to describe ethnic identity or sexual preference

What was appropriate yesterday might not be appropriate today

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Demand Characteristics

Martin discusses this topic under ethics.

I think of it as a threat to validity.

Circumstances in the research situation may have unintended effects on the subjects’ behavior

Good Guy Effect

Screw You Effect

Rosenthal &

Fode

– read this article, please.

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Plagiarism

Theft of another’s words

Paraphrase

and

cite

Do not quote frequently

“Self-Plagiarism

Theft of another’s ideas

My research with male & female deer mice

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Other Problems

Fabricating Data

Rare but potentially very destructive

Simulation does have a role in science and in pedagogy.

Falsifying Credentials