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AbstractWhen you look up “ethics” in the thesaurus, you are referred to many different words, among them “duty, what ought to be done, the right thing,” but also “fealty and obedience, conscience, morals, idealism and utilitarianism.” I bring up these words to show the great complexity of what...
AbstractWe have endured thirty years of progressively more convoluted research ethics reviews, in the absence of any ongoing assessment that any new regulation has been effective. To assess effectiveness, of course, we would need a baseline, but there never was a demonstrated need for the...
AbstractIn response to abuse in government medical experiments, the Belmont Report (1974) was issued to protect human subjects and facilitate government sponsored research. Over the last 30 years, the federal government has codified this report into a program to overprotect subjects and impede...
AbstractThis paper presents a conceptual analysis of a decade-old movement in Canada to purportedly raise ethical standards in research with human subjects, even though no systematic evidence has ever been presented either that there are serious ethical problems (especially in psychological...
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