Ethical Issues in Behavioral Research: A Survey
June 1996, Wiley-Blackwell
List of Tables.
1. Introduction: Why Research Ethics?.
2. Ethical Principles in Behavioral Research: Professional and Governmental Guidelines.
3. Ethical Issues in the Conduct of Human Subject Research I: Laboratory Research.
4. Methodological Issues in the Use of Deception.
5. Ethical Issues in the Conduct of Human Subject Research II: Field Research.
6. Ethical Issues in the Conduct of Human Subject Research III: Applied Research.
7. Ethical Issues in the Recruitment and Selection of Research Subjects.
8. Ethical Issues in Research With Animals.
9. Ethical Review and the Communication of Results.
- Uses case studies to highlight important discussion points
- Includes suggestions for further reading and a full bibliography
- Balances theory and discussion to guide students towards more in-depth study
- Discusses a range of ethical studies and guidelines from the US, UK and Europe.
"It is scholarly, fascinating, and very much up-to-date. I will certainly be using it in my teaching and in my research." Professor Robert Rosenthal, Harvard University
"Faced with a daunting array of human subjects regulations and the expanding role of review boards, new investigators will find Kimmel's book an invaluable guide. Interspersed with a broad range of case studies, this book is both instructive and highly informative - a thoroughly captivating introduction to the ethics of research with human subjects in the 1990s and beyond." Professor Ralph L. Rosnow, Temple University