Ethical Issues in the Conduct of Classic Studies in Psychology

Below are three discussions of psychological studies frequently cited in undergraduate texts that raise ethical questions about the responsible conduct of science. These presentations are adapted from the Instructor's Manual for Integrating Research Ethics into the Introductory Psychology Curriculum, copyright 1996 by Celia B. Fisher, supported by grant #SBR-9310458 from the National Science Foundation. Information concerning additional case material can be obtained by emailing Dr. Fisher directly.

Cite this page: "Ethical Issues in the Conduct of Classic Studies in Psychology" Online Ethics Center for Engineering 8/4/2006 National Academy of Engineering Accessed: Thursday, November 26, 2015 <>