Ethical guidelines for humans

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Why is informed consent important?`
Participants need to understand what the purpose of the study is and what they are going to have to do in order to get informed consent.
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What does getting the informed consent able you to do?
Allows you to use participants and use their data.
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What may be hidden within the consent?
True aim of the experiment making it difficult to obtain consent.
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What shouldn't be offered in order to coerce participants to give consent?
money or rewards
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What situations are informed consents not usually obtained?
Naturalistic and flied experiments and lab experiments when deception is used to hide true aims of study
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When do participants have the right to withdraw?
anytime
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When should they be reminded that they can withdraw?
Beginning , end and during the study
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What cannot be taken away if a participant withdraws?
money or incentives
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What can't the experimenter do?
use their authority to persuade participant to stay in the study
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What experimental method doesn't allow right to withdraw?
Naturalistic as there isn't a brief or debrief but there is no informed consent gathered
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What must the participants be aware of?
the purpose and procedure of the study before and during the study in order to know what they are given consent for
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why is deception sometimes used?
to get the true characteristic needed to gather valid
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name one experiment where deception was used?
Milgram
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When should deception never be used?
when an experiment is likely to cause distress
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When does debriefing occur?
at the end of a study
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Should an deception be mentioned fully at the debrief and why?
yes because they need to be given the right to withdraw their data from the study
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Why is it difficult to debrief in a naturalistic environment?
when your in a public place and participants won't know that they are taking part in a study
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Why is this an important part of the study?
it allows deceit to be revealed and ensures that those who object to the study can have their data taken out of the research
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What are the researchers responsible for?
turning distressed participants to their original state
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what should researchers only study?
issues they have experience or training in
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What should a researcher do if an issue arises?
should seek help from a more experienced colleague
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What do the guidelines require a researcher to stick to?
methodologies which they can carry out themselves
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What it is difficult to asses?
researchers level of competence without know the results
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