Ethical Issues in Psychological Research

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  • Ethical Issues in Psychological Research
    • Risk of harm
      • Stress
      • Physical Harm (Pain)
      • Humulation
      • Psychological Harm
        • Individuals suffering from mental illness/disability/trauma
    • Vulnerable Individuals
      • Children
        • Parental Permission (for child participants)
      • Criminals
      • Individuals suffering from mental illness/disability/trauma
      • Animals
    • Valid Consent
      • Informed, full knowledge. (Or as much as possible)
      • Parental Permission (for child participants)
    • Necessary Deception
      • Informed, full knowledge. (Or as much as possible)
    • Privacy
      • Invading peoples privacy, e.g observing when they think they're alone.
    • Confidentiality
      • concerned with how participants right to have personal information protected
    • Risk to values, beliefs, status, or relationships
      • Risk of harm
        • Stress
        • Physical Harm (Pain)
        • Humulation
        • Psychological Harm

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