Seminar in Research Ethics

PSYCHOLOGICAL & BRAIN SCIENCES 5405

In-depth review and discussion of common ethical concerns encountered in research, including the use of human and animal participants, informed consent, the Belmont report, the role of the IRB, protection of special populations, deception in research, duty to refer, various forms of conflict of interest, issues of data ownership and sharing, bias and fraud in data collection, analysis, and reporting, conflicts surrounding authorship, concerns about duplicate or fragmented publication, understanding and preventing plagiarism, and the reporting of misconduct of others. PREREQ: Open only to Psychology graduate students.
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Seminar in Research Ethics
INSTRUCTOR: Barch
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