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DRIPCD and the Code Of Ethics

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Jonty Monks

on 30 May 2016

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Transcript of DRIPCD and the Code Of Ethics

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DRIPCD and the Code Of Ethics
Participants should not be mislead about the
nature surrounding their research, unless the potential benefits out weigh the negatives, and the research is essential to the study.
The confidential and private information of participants need to be kept private.
NZ code of ethics
principle #1
Respect for the dignity of persons and peoples - Psychologists must respect all patients, in terms of their relationships and human rights. They should have general respect for them. Psychologists that work with Maori must respect their culture, also all other cultures should be respected, and their cultural needs should be met.
Right to withdraw
People involved with the experiment (participants)
SHOULD have the right to stop remove themselves from the experiment/study at any moment.
Informed consent
Participants need to agree to what they are doing, and they should be told about what they are getting themselves involved in, and what they will need to do.
Protection from harm
Participants need to be protected from any potential harm, whether it's physical and/or emotional harm.
After research is finished, participants need to be informed about the results of the study, and they need to be given any needed further support.
Principle #2
Responsible caring - The benefits of practice must outweigh the risks. Psychologists must provide clients with information about the practice/experiment. Care must be taken with clients. Participants must not be harmed physically or mentally, and the experiment must be beneficial to society. Ethics committee must approve of experiments.
Principle #3
Integrity in relationships - All research must be honest, psychologists need to be aware of their own values and beliefs, psychologists must have professional relationships with clients. Psychologists should avoid situations that will result in conflict.
Principle #4
Social justice and responsibility to society - Psychologists need to be aware of their environment, so they must stay up to date with current issues, results should be recorded carefully, laws of society should be followed, work has to beneficial and useful, ethical guidelines need to be followed.
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