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Ethical Choices in Research

Managing Data, Writing Reports, and Publishing Results in the Social Sciences

Many books discuss the ethical treatment of human subjects in behavioral research, yet few talk about the equally important ethical issues that arise when the data are being analyzed and the study is being written up. Les mer

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Many books discuss the ethical treatment of human subjects in behavioral research, yet few talk about the equally important ethical issues that arise when the data are being analyzed and the study is being written up. All researchers need to be aware of their professional responsibilities and make sound choices after the subjects have left.

This practical and easy-to-follow guide walks readers through often overlooked decision points in the research process.

Drawing from his extensive experience as a teacher of research methods and a senior editorial advisor, and from well-established standards of practice - including the APA Ethics Code - Harris Cooper is the ideal mentor in this process.

Readers of this book will learn how to:

Collect and manage data in a way that does not compromise the confidentiality of subjects
Avoid data fraud and misleading data analysis
Assign research responsibilities and authorships to team members
Avoid committing plagiarism and intellectual theft
Navigate the journal submission and publication process


Post-publication ethical considerations are also addressed, including researchers' obligations when communicating their findings to the media and the general public, and when engaging with the scientific community as a peer reviewer.

Detaljer

Forlag
American Psychological Association
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781433821684
Utgivelsesår
2016
Format
25 x 18 cm

Om forfatteren

Harris Cooper is the Hugo L. Blomquist Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience at Duke University, USA. His lab mostly conducts research syntheses and meta-analysis, but also collects primary data in the area of educational policy and practice. He has taught research methods to undergraduate and graduate students for more than 40 years and has edited two handbooks on research methods and a guide to reporting research in psychology.

Dr. Cooper served as the editor of Psychological Bulletin and inaugural co-editor (with Gary VandenBos) of the Archives of Scientific Psychology, APA's open-access, collaborative data sharing, open methods journal.

After his term as Psychological Bulletin editor, he served for six years as the APA journals program Chief Editorial Advisor (CEA). The CEA acts as a resource for journal editors, authors and submitters of manuscripts when (a) disputes arise between editors and authors or authors and authors and/or (b) concerns are expressed about the scientific integrity of submitted manuscripts and published articles.

For three years Dr. Cooper served as chair of the Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia and for five years he served as chair of the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience at Duke University.

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