research methods ; ethical issues

ETHICAL ISSUES
DGD
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when do these arise?
when conflict exists between pp rights and researcher need for valuablefindings
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DEALING WITH THEM - BPS
DFGD
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what did they create as set ethical guidelines?
BPS code of ethics
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reasearchers hav professional duty to do wht?
observe guidelies when conducting research
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INFORMED CONSENT
SFDGD
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what basic knowledge should pps have b4 going into it?
baic awareness of what getting into
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ic involved making pps aware of what?
aims / procedures / rights / what data will b used for
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what is the big right that they should know about?
right to withdraw
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pps should then do what?
make informed judgement on whether to take part w/o being coerced
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why would researchers think informed consent will make the study meaningless?
bc pps behaviour won't be natural bc they know aims
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DEALING W/ INFORMED CONSENT
GDGDF
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what should pps be given with all relevant info on it?
consent letter
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parental signature is required for
investigations 2/ children under 16
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DECEPTION
DFGDG
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means what?
deliberately misleading / witholding info from pps @ any stage
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pps who haven't been given adequate infobefore taking part can't be said to have given?
informed cnsent
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in occasions deception can be justified if doesn't cause?
undue stress
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PROTECTION FROM HARM
DGDGDF
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as result env pps shouldn't be palced in situations that increase?
the amount of risk than erryday life
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should be protected from what kind of harm?
physical psychological
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important feature of this is pps being reminded?
they have the right to withdraw @ any time
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DEALING W/ DECEPTION + PROTEKHTION FROM HARM
DGDG
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what should pps be given @ end study?
full debrief
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in this pps should be made aware of?
true aims / details not supplied w/ during study
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pps should also b told what about data?
what it'll be used for
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and must be given right to do what with data?
right to withhold data
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pps may have natural performance concerns so must be reassured?
behaviour was normal
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if pps given stress or embarrasment they may require?
counselling
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provided by?
resaercher
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PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY
DGDF
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pps have right to control?
information about themselves
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which is right of?
privacy
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if this is invaded what should be protected?
confidentiality
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whhich is our right in data protection act to have?
any personal data protected
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right to privacy extends to?
area where study took pace so institutions / geog not named
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DEALING W/ CONFIDENTIALITY
sfsd
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easier for researcher not to record any personal details maintaining?
anonymity
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instead researchers usually refer to pps using what when writing up investigation?
number / initials
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in case studies how do they often refer to them
initials
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standard practice during de/briefing pps reminded that?
data will be protected throughout process
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