Ethical Issues

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What is confidentiality?
A participant's right to have personal information protected.
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What is deception?
Where a participant is not told the true aim of a study and so cannot give true informed consent.
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What is informed consent?
Participants have the right to be given info on the nature/purpose of the study so then can make an informed decision on whether to take part or not.
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What is privacy?
A participants right to control the flow of info about themselves.
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What is protection from harm?
Participants should not experience psychological/physical harm.
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What is the right to withdraw?
Participants have the right to withdraw if they are uncomfortable in any way.
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What is deception?

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Where a participant is not told the true aim of a study and so cannot give true informed consent.

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