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Title Education in the Responsible Conduct of Research in Psychology: Methods and Scope
Year 2013
Access date 20.03.2014

In this mixed-method study of education in the responsible conduct of research (RCR) in psychology, phase one survey respondents (n=141) reported that faculty and students were familiar with RCR standards and procedures to educate them were believed to be adequate. However, educational methods varied widely. In phase two, seven survey respondents completed in-depth interviews assessing RCR training and education and research review procedures. Educational methods through which RCR content was presented included the following ones: traditional (lectures), technical (web-based), and experiential (internships), but RCR was often minimally considered in the formal curriculum. Our results suggest that psychology training programs might benefit from more formal consideration of RCR education and training in the curriculum.

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Year of publication2013
Bibliographic typeJournal article