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Research Ethics MCQs - ll(in Hindi)
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a - deontological

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  4. . 1. Ethics is the set of principles and guidelines that help us to uphold the things we value. * a. True b. False

  5. .2. Which of the following is necessary in obtaining informed consent? a. A description of the statistical analyses that will be carried out . b. A description of the purpose of the research c. A description of the reliability and validity of test instruments d. A list of publications that the researcher has had in the last ten years

  6. 3. Which of the following need(s) to be obtained when doing research with children? guardian c. Informed consent from the child * a. Informed consent from the parent or * b. Assent from the child if he or she is capable d. Both a and b

  7. 4. Which of the following is not an ethical guideline for conducting research with humans? a. Getting informed consent of the participant b. Telling participants they must continue until the study has been completed c. Keeping participants' identity anonymous d. Telling participants they are free to withdraw at any time

  8. 5. Which of the following generally cannot be done in qualitative studies conducted in the field? . a. Getting informed consent . b. Keeping participants from physical harm c. Maintaining consent forms d. Having full anonymity rather than just confidentiality

  9. 6. What is the primary approach that is used to assess the ethical acceptability of a research study? * a. Utilitarianism b. Deontology * c. Ethical skepticism . d. Comparativeism

  10. 7. Which of the following approaches says that ethical issues should be judged on the basis of some universal code? a. Deontological b. Ethical skepticism c. Utilitarianism