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Research Aptitude Practice Set Part 22

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  2. 201. research is not considered ethical if it a. try to prove a particular point b. dos not ensure privacy and anonymity of the respondent c. does not investigate the data scientifically d. is not of a very high standard


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  4. 202. ethical transgression is a. following ethical principles b. defying ethical principles c. defining ethics d. none of these above


  5. 203. which of the following ideas is not associated with the stance of situation ethics a. Anything goes b.the end justifying the means c. no choice d all of the above


  6. 204. which of the following is a form of harm that might be suffered by research participants a. physical injury b. stress and anxiety c. impaired development d.all of the above


  7. 205. the main purpose of personal data being kept confident in research studies is a. to hide from participants what has been written about them b. apprehension of harm identification or disclosure of personal information c. for access by government authorities d. to know more about private lives of participants


  8. 206. which method is most directly associated with lack of informed consent a. in depth interviewing b. content analysis c. covert observation d. case study


  9. 207.which of the following is a form of harm that might be suffered by research participants a. psychological distress b. physical injury c. loss of self esteem d. all of the above


  10. 208. the act of publishing the same date and result in more than one journal refers to which of the following professional issues a. partial publication b. duplicate publication c. full publication d. none of these above