Ethics

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Working with Animals
Make sure the findings are worth the harm.
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Working with Animals
Animals don't have the same rights as humans and don't have a say. Animals might not want to take part (if they had a voice). Some things can't be performed on humans, so animals are the next best thing.
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Working with Vulnerable People
Briefing; Take longer to explain the study.
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Working with Vulnerable People
People under the age of 16, people with learning difficulties or people in jail / care. Participants might not know what is going on. Researchers can find out interesting information from these types of people.
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Valid Consent
Informed Consent; Participants must agree to take part.
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Valid Consent
Giving participants full information about the study and asking if they want to take part. Participants want to know what they're getting into. Researchers might not want to tell the participants as they might not want to take part.
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Risk to Participant's Values, Beliefs, Relationships, Status or Privacy
Briefing; Participants are introduced to the study.
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Risk to Participant's Values, Beliefs, Relationships, Status or Privacy
Avoid offending participants views. Participants don't want their views / values criticised. Researchers don't care about offending the participants.
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Risk of Stress, Anxiety, Humiliation or Pain
Right to Withdraw; Participants can withdraw from the study at any time.
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Risk of Stress, Anxiety, Humiliation or Pain
Participants should be protected from harm. Participants might not want to discuss sensitive subjects. Researcher has to find out information, this might cause stress, anxiety, etc. in the process.
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Deception
Informed Consent; All participants are told the aims of the study.
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Deception
When participants are not told the true aims of the study. Participants might feel deceived as they aren't told everything. Researcher might not want to tell the participants everything as it might influence their answers or they might withdraw.
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Confidentiality
Anonymity; Participants are not asked to give personal information.
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Confidentiality
A person right to control the flow of information given about themselves. Participants might not want personal information shared about themselves. Researcher might want to publish their findings, if they're successful.
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Animals don't have the same rights as humans and don't have a say. Animals might not want to take part (if they had a voice). Some things can't be performed on humans, so animals are the next best thing.

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Working with Animals

Card 3

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Briefing; Take longer to explain the study.

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Card 4

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People under the age of 16, people with learning difficulties or people in jail / care. Participants might not know what is going on. Researchers can find out interesting information from these types of people.

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Card 5

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Informed Consent; Participants must agree to take part.

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