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Walking Ethical Tightropes in Research Collaborations

Walking Ethical Tightropes in Research Collaborations

Jonathan A. Plucker

The biggest research lesson I have learned in a quarter century as a psychologist is that ethics matter, and ethical issues are complicated, never easy, and omnipresent. Indeed, if you are doing lots of research and don’t ever come across an ethical concern, you probably need to step back and make sure you are paying enough attention! Ethics become even more complicated when collaboration is involved. Working with others is often a research necessity. When handled well, working with other people and organizations can be a huge benefit to one’s research: better quality ideas, more sophisticated designs, fewer errors, quicker turnaround, more visibility, bigger impact. At the same time, especially ...

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