Although psychologists have been relatively reticent in approaching ethical issues as a research topic, some have begun to use psychological principles, theories, and studies to understand and solve ethical dilemmas in their research. This book examines relations between ethics and psychology: the contributions that psychology can make to ethical studies and standards in all areas of human empirical science; and the specific ethics of psychological research. The eleven contributors describe the kinds of ethical problems ...

Research Ethics: A Psychological Approach 1996, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803241886

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