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A student is conducting a research project that involves using a survey. The survey asks participants about their highest level of education, political affiliation, and views on various social issues. No identifiable information will be collected. This study would be categorized as which type of review?
Where could student researchers and/or student subjects find additional resources regarding the IRB approval process?
Faculty advisor and IRB office
Which of the following studies need IRB approval?
studies with living individuals
Identify one way faculty researches can possibly avoid undue influence of student subjects?
By recruiting student from other classes, faculty researchers can minimize the potential of undue influence. Students from the faculty's own classroom may feel coerced to participate
What is the Institutional Review Board (IRB) charged with? (There may be more than one correct answer. Please be sure to select all correct answers.)
Protecting the rights and welfare of human subjects.
- Assuring that all applicable institutional policies and federal regulations related to research with human subjects are followed.
- Reviewing subject recruitment materials and strategies.
Which of the following are the three principles discussed in the Belmont Report
Respect for Persons, Beneficence, Justice
The history of ethical regulations in human subjects research began with the
Which of the following elements must be included in an informed consent?
all foreseeable risks and discomforts
Which type of IRB review does not require an IRB approval but does require a determination by the IRB or an IRB designee?
How can faculty researchers avoid coercion of student subjects?
avoid using their own students in their research
A student working on his dissertation plans on interviewing 15 principals in neighboring high schools. The student plans to collect data about the personal experiences the principals have had with disruptive students, what types of disciplinary actions were taken (including decisions they may have personally made), and their feelings or thoughts as to whether those actions were appropriate. Identifiers will be collected. This study would be categorized as which type of review?
full board review
A master's degree candidate needs to conduct a research project for her master's thesis. She is interested in the types of junk food available to the public. She plans on going to the local convenience stores and asking the owners what types of junk food the store normally stock and which are the biggest sellers. Identifiers will not be collected. This study would fall under which of the following?
not human subjects
Which of the following is an example of how the principle of beneficence is applied to a study involving human subjects?
Ensuring that risks are reasonable in relationship to anticipated benefits.
According to the Belmont Report, the moral requirement that there be fair outcomes in the selection of research subjects, expresses the principle of:
The Belmont principle of beneficence requires that:
Potential benefits justify the risks of harm.
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