Ethical research issues: going beyond the Declaration of Helsinki.

@article{Striefel2001EthicalRI,
  title={Ethical research issues: going beyond the Declaration of Helsinki.},
  author={Sebastian Striefel},
  journal={Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback},
  year={2001},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={39-59; discussion 67-71}
}
La Vaque and Rossiter made a strong, supported argument that it is unethical to use a "no treatment" control group in a research study if a known, effective treatment is available. Their argument is based on the supposition that the Declaration of Helsinki is the ethical world standard for research with humans. Their argument appears to be straightforward, but is not simple to apply. The issues are very complex, include issues not discussed in their argument, and can lead to a different… CONTINUE READING

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