1) Do subjects have free choice?
- Informed consent
- Briefing/Debriefing - clear up any deception
2) Are subjects shown respect?
3) Are subjects compensated in some way for their time and effort?
- Manus manum lavat = “one hand washes the other”
4) Are the data collected kept safe and carefully analyzed?
- Careful data handing
- Careful data analysis
5) Are data made available to other researchers?
- Keep data and make data available, if asked.
6) What are the effects of your research on others after it is reported? Does good? Harm?
- Consider the effects of research on those who use the results or are affected by them.
A Test: Some Cases: What is Ethics in Research & Why is it Important?
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