Episode: Don’t Say Integrity
Episode pub date: 2019-04-17
What is the connection between methodology and ethics? In the early days of the twenty-teens, some people referred to the changes afoot in psychology as a “scientific integrity movement,” but that term quickly faded. In this episode, we explore the connections between scientific rigor and scientific ethics. What are the ethical dimensions of good methods? When do we have an ethical obligation to make sure that our studies can answer our questions? Are there ethical obligations that go beyond considerations around protecting human subjects? Why do we sometimes shy away from connecting science reform with ethical behavior? Plus: We answer a letter about data parasites.
- Science and ethics in conducting, analyzing, and reporting psychological research, by Robert Rosenthal
nothing beats something, by Simine Vazire
Making data sharing count: a publication-based solution, by Krzysztof J. Gorgolewski, Daniel S. Margulies, and Michael P. Milham
Practical tips for ethical data sharing, by Michelle Meyer
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This is episode 56. It was recorded on April 12, 2019.
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