Ethical research

Due to significant violations of federal and in” rel=”nofollow”>institutional rules and regulations, ethical issues in” rel=”nofollow”>in human participant research have received in” rel=”nofollow”>increasin” rel=”nofollow”>ing attention over the past 50 years. While it
might seem obvious that respect, in” rel=”nofollow”>integrity, fidelity, and justice should serve as the ethical foundation for all research activities, this has not always been the case for research in” rel=”nofollow”>involvin” rel=”nofollow”>ing human
participation. Instructions: After reviewin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Standard 8: Research and Publication of the APA Ethics Code, select three of the substandards and discuss their importance with respect to research
activities. The fifteen substandards in” rel=”nofollow”>include: 8.1 Institutional Approval 8.2 Informed Consent to Research 8.3 Informed Consent for Recordin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Voices and Images in” rel=”nofollow”>in Research 8.4 Client/Patient,
Student, and Subordin” rel=”nofollow”>inate Research Participants 8.5 Dispensin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with Informed Consent for Research 8.6 Offerin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Inducements for Research Participation 8.7 Deception in” rel=”nofollow”>in Research 8.8 Debriefin” rel=”nofollow”>ing 8.9
Humane Care and Use of Animals in” rel=”nofollow”>in Research 8.10 Reportin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Research Results 8.11 Plagiarism 8.12 Publication Credit 8.13 Duplicate Publication of Data 8.14 Sharin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Research Data for Verification
8.15 Reviewers Consider a proposed research study that in” rel=”nofollow”>interests you and discuss how these standards would apply durin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the research process, in” rel=”nofollow”>includin” rel=”nofollow”>ing how you might ensure the protection of human
subjects in” rel=”nofollow”>in a study on your topic.

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