Ethical Considerations in Human Movement Research

@article{Olivier1995EthicalCI,
  title={Ethical Considerations in Human Movement Research},
  author={S. Olivier},
  journal={Quest},
  year={1995},
  volume={47},
  pages={135-143}
}
In the past decade, ethical issues in research involving human subjects have exploded into the public consciousness. In reviewing past human subject abuse, it is evident that, in human experimentation, legislation has not been sufficient to curb excesses. Selected journal reviews indicate that informed consent is often not reported for studies where such consent is deemed appropriate. This does not necessarily mean that consent was not obtained, or that subjects were abused or exploited. It… Expand
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