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Running head: ETHICS AND CASE STUDY Ethics and Case Study

 

Cristy Petersen

 

University of Phoenix

 

August 8, 2016

 

Psych 245

 

Dr. Matt Webster 1 Running head: ETHICS AND CASE STUDY 2 Ethics and Case Study

 

Question 1

 

The primary goal of the psychological research is to trace the ways in which people have

 

used science to try to control other people?s minds. The research found out that the pursuit of

 

control of the mind has brought about some horrific experiments thereby leaving behind many

 

casualties. Scientists have changed the behavior of law-abiding citizens and children (Russon,

 

M. A., 2015).

 

Question 2

 

The ethical principles that apply to the current study of optogenetics are based on

 

behavioral genetics and how the mind is a powerful tool that can be manipulated by researchers

 

to mislead the society. Policy implications of behavioral genetic basis are widespread in

 

important realms of criminal justice, childbearing, education, and childrearing (Gilbert, F.,

 

2014).

 

Case study 2

 

Research question: why are patients below 35 years of age less responsive to calls regarding

 

follow-up appointments and medication reminders? Running head: ETHICS AND CASE STUDY 3 The goal of the study will be to determine why patients under the age of 35 often do not

 

care about honoring medical appointments and phone call reminders that relate to medical

 

appointments (Barron,W. M., 2016). The study will also seek to determine why the patients

 

below this age prefer using social media and text messages and rather not answer back missed

 

calls. The study will then establish the reason for the patients below the age of 35 not caring so

 

much about their health and medical follow ups.

 

The research will involve taking a representative sample of patients below the age of 35

 

years; a random sample of fifty patients from various hospitals. The selected patients can then be

 

given questionnaires to answer the research questions before returning the forms at their

 

pleasure. The study will ensure that the respondents give their opinions or fill out the forms

 

independently without their views being influenced by anyone (Moscrop, A., 2011). The

 

questions will involve seeking to know their attitudes towards medication, and the reasons they

 

care so little about honoring their medical appointments.

 

The research will be affected by ethical considerations in the sense that it would appear

 

improper to ask certain questions to the respondents as far as societal code of conduct is

 

concerned. This may limit the ability to get the exact personal opinions and views of the

 

respondents[Gaj13]. Cultural diversity will be applied in the research findings by appreciating

 

that the manner in which people were brought up as well as the environment they live in will

 

determine their response to medical appointments and health awareness[Han15]. Running head: ETHICS AND CASE STUDY References

 

Moscrop, A. (2011). Mental health of young adult patients who do not attend appointments in

 

primary care: a retrospective cohort study. Oxford Journals , 24-29.

 

Gilbert, F. (2014, 06 13). Controlling Brain Cells With Light: Ethical Considerations for

 

Optogenetic Clinical Trials. AJOB Neuroscience , 3-11.

 

Gajjar, D. N. (2013). Ethical Consideration in Research. Retrieved 8 8, 2016, from

 

http://raijmr.com: http://raijmr.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/2_8-12-Dr.-Nilesh-B.Gajjar.pdf

 

Russon, M. A. (2015, 10 15). International Business Times. Retrieved 08 08, 2016, from

 

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/mind-control-scientists-can-nowmake-people-alter-their-prejudices-belief-god-1524122

 

Valentine, H. A. (2015). National Institutes of Health addresses the science of diversity. PNAS ,

 

12240-12242.

 

Barron, W. M. (2016). PubLMed.gov. Retrieved August 08, 2016, from:

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7010402?dopt=Abstract 4

 


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