Essay on Citi Program

3246 Words Feb 12th, 2014 13 Pages
Question 1
Question : Which of the following studies is linked most directly to the establishment of the National Research Act in 1974 and ultimately to the Belmont Report and Federal regulations for human subject protection?
Your answer : Stanford Prison Experiment (Zimbardo).
Correct Answer : The Public Health Service Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male.
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Question 2
Question : The Belmont principle of beneficence requires that:
Your answer : Potential benefits justify the risks of harm.
Correct Answer : Potential benefits justify the risks of harm.
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Points Earned : 1
Question 3
Question : Humphreys collecting data for the Tearoom Trade study under the pretense that he
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The principle of justice requires that the selection of subjects is fair.




According to the federal regulations, which of the following studies meets the definition of research with human subjects?
Your answer : A developmental psychologist videotapes interactions between groups of toddlers and their care givers to determine which intervention methods most effectively manage aggression.
Correct Answer : A developmental psychologist videotapes interactions between groups of toddlers and their care givers to determine which intervention methods most effectively manage aggression.
Comment : The study of passenger lists is a study of individuals who are no longer living. A human subject is a living individual. Questioning individuals to acquire data about the number of newly diagnosed HIV cases is asking "about what" questions rather than "about whom" questions. Conducting a linguistic analysis of comments posted on a public blog involves neither interaction with individuals nor collecting private identified information and thus does not meet the definition of research with human subjects. The study proposed by the developmental psychologist does meet the definition of research with human subjects. It involves interactions with living individuals and is designed to contribute to a field of knowledge.
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