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Protecting Human Subjects: Departmental Subject Pools and Institutional Review Boards

by Garvin Chastain and E Landrum American Psychological Association
Pub Date:
04/1999
ISBN:
9781557985750
Format:
Pbk 228 pages
Price:
AU$72.00 NZ$74.78
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University psychology departments conduct innumerable research studies annually and rely heavily on departmental subject pools for their experiments. How are the rights and welfare of those subjects protected? How can universities improve their administrative practices so that their research programs are successful and ethically run? This volume reviews empirical evidence on the structure and functioning of departmental subject pools nationwide and of the institutional review boards that oversee them. The case studies and practical lessons offered by this book will be an important new resource for researchers and university administrators interested in the welfare of human subjects.

Subject of Pool Policies in Undergraudate-Only Departments -Results from a Nationwide Survey, R. Eric Landrum and Garvin Chastain; What Makes a Subject Pool (Un)ethical?, Joan E. Sieber; Research Participation Among General Psychology Students at a Metropolitan Comprehensive Public University, Bradley M. Waite and Laura L. Bowman; Evaluating Students' Research Experiences Via Credit Slips, Richard L. Moreland; Why Do Students Miss Psychology Experiments, and What Can Be Done About It?, Darrell L. Butler; A Case Study of a Departmental Subject Pool and Review, Gregory L. Murphy; The Why, What, How and When of Effective Faculty Utilization Review Boards, Janet F. Gillespie; Interactions Around Risky Research - Investigators Rate Their IRBs (and Vice Versa), James R. Council et al; Sexuality Research IRBs and Subject Pools, Michael W. Weiderman.