3 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- Participants "should never be deliberately misled without extremely strong scientific or medical justification, Even then there should be strict controls and the interested approval of independant visitors". (They cannot decieve the participant unless completely necessary to results)
- People may not experience any more harm or damage, mentally or physically, than they previously did in every day life. It must not put any psychological or physical stress on them.
- The participant has the right to withdraw from the research at any time; even if the study is complete. They also have the right for all of the results to then be destroyed.
2 True/False Questions
Informed Consent → After the study, the research must be explained, and the participant must be checked.
Debriefing → All the data must be kept anonymous.