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Account Res. 2001;8(4):309-29.

Empirically supported ethical research practice: the costs and benefits of research from the participants' view.

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  • 1Department of Psychology, University of Tulsa, 600 South College Avenue, Tulsa, IK 74104, USA. Elana-newman@utulsa.edu

Abstract

Researchers and institutional review boards are routinely called upon to evaluate the cost-benefit status of proposed research protocols that involve human participants. Often these assessments are based on subjective judgments in the absence of empirical data. This reliance on subjective judgments is of particular concern for studies involving clinical samples where unfounded assumptions may adversely affect research progress or clinical outcomes. The Reactions to Research Participation Questionnaire (RRPQ) was designed to address this shortcoming and to help promote ethical decision making about research practice. The present study describes development of the RRPQ and presents a series of exploratory and confirmatory analyses investigating its structure. Based on these findings, a revised version of the instrument and suggestions for future research are presented. This approach provides a foundation for scientifically informed protection of human subjects.

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