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Activity: Mock IRB: Determining the Ethical Conduct of Psychological Research

This exercise helps students apply ethical principles from class to a specific research project. Small groups of students serve as a mock Institutional Review Board (IRB) identifying problems and suggesting changes to make the application more ethically sound.

Ethics; Evaluating IRB Applications


Author: Natalie Ciarocco & Gary Lewandowski

Monmouth University

Posted: Wednesday, May 5, 2010