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The Resource Ethical challenges in the behavioral and brain sciences : case studies and commentaries, edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Cornell University, Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, (electronic resource)

Ethical challenges in the behavioral and brain sciences : case studies and commentaries, edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Cornell University, Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, (electronic resource)

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Ethical challenges in the behavioral and brain sciences : case studies and commentaries
Title
Ethical challenges in the behavioral and brain sciences
Title remainder
case studies and commentaries
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Cornell University, Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University
Title variation
Ethical Challenges in the Behavioral & Brain Sciences
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eng
Summary
In recent years, a growing number of scientific careers have been brought down by scientists' failure to satisfactorily confront ethical challenges. Scientists need to learn early on what constitutes acceptable ethical behavior in their professions. Ethical Challenges in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences encourages readers to engage in discussions of the diverse ethical dilemmas encountered by behavioral and brain scientists - allowing scientists to reflect on ethical issues before potentially confronting them. Each chapter is authored by a prominent scientist, who describes a dilemma, how it was resolved, and what the scientist would do differently if confronted with the situation again. Featuring commentary throughout and a culmination of opinions and experiences shared by leaders in the field, the goal of this book is not to provide 'correct' answers to real-world ethical dilemmas. Instead, authors pose the dilemmas, discuss their experiences and viewpoints on them, and speculate on alternative reactions to the issues.--
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  • Fiske, Susan T.
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Ethical challenges in the behavioral and brain sciences : case studies and commentaries, edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Cornell University, Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, (electronic resource)
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https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139626491
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Contents
Beyond the immediate: academic dishonesty / Richard Abrams -- Collaboration, cheating, or both? / Janette B. Benson -- Grappling with student plagiarism / Scott Plous -- Commentary to part 1 / Susan T. Fiske -- The compassionate instructor doesn't always award extra credit / William Buskist -- An ethical dilemma in teaching / Eva Dreikurs Ferguson -- Attempted retribution by a disgruntled individual / John Hagen -- Grading and the "fairness doctrine" / James S. Nairne -- Managing and responding to requests by students seeking to improve their achievement-related outcomes / Sharon Nelson-Le Gall and Elaine F. Jones -- Are there times when something is of greater importance than the truth? / Bernard Weiner -- Commentary to part II / Susan T. Fiske -- An ethical dilemma in publishing / Larry E. Beutler -- What does authorship mean? / Dale C. Farran -- The ethical use of published scales / Diane F. Halpern -- Idea poaching behind the veil of blind peer review / Rick H. Hoyle -- An ethical challenge / Susan Kemper -- Authorship: credit where credit is due / Stephen M. Kosslyn -- Publication of student data when the student cannot be contacted / Peter F. Lovibond -- Ethics in research: interactions between junior and senior scientists / Greta B. Raglan, Jay Schulkin, and anonymous -- Resolving ethical lapses in the non-publication of dissertations / Michael C. Roberts, Sarah E. Beals-Erickson, Spencer C. Evans, Cathleen Odar, and Kimberly S. Canter -- Theft / Naomi Weisstein -- Claiming the ownership of someone else's idea / Dan Zakay -- Commentary to part III / Susan T. Fiske -- Ethics in service / Robert Prentky -- Protecting confidentiality in a study of adolescents' digital communication / Marion K. Underwood -- Commentary to part IV / Susan T. Fiske -- Clawing back a promising paper / Teresa M. Amabile, Regina Conti, and Heather Coon -- When the data and theory don't match / Bertram Gawronski -- Desperate data analysis by a desperate job candidate / Jonathan Haidt -- Own your errors / David Hambrick -- Caution in data sharing / Richard L. Moreland -- The conflict entailed in using a post hoc theory to organize a research report / Thomas S. Wallsten -- Commentary to part V / Susan T. Fiske -- Complete or incomplete, that is the question: an ethics adventure in experimental design / Nancy K. Dess -- "Getting it right" can also be wrong / Ronnie Janoff-Bulman -- Commentary to part VI / Susan T. Fiske -- Beware the serial collaborator / David C. Geary -- My ethical dilemma / Scott O. Lilienfeld -- Data not to trust / Danielle S. McNamara -- When a research assistant (maybe) fabricates data / Steven L. Neuberg -- The pattern in the data / Todd K. Shackelford -- It is never as simple as it seems: the wide-ranging impacts of ethics violations / Michael Strube -- Commentary to part VII / Susan T. Fiske -- Ethical considerations when conducting research on children's eyewitness abilities / Kyndra C. Cleveland and Jodi A. Quas -- Studying harm-doing without doing harm: the case of the BBC prison study, the Stanford prison experiment, and the role-conformity model of tyranny / S. Alexander Haslam, Stephen D. Reicher, and Mark R. McDermott -- Observational research, prediction, and ethics: an early-career dilemma / Stephen P. Hinshaw -- Should we tell the parents? Balancing science and children's needs in a longitudinal study / Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Marsha Weinraub -- Ethics in human subjects research in Brazil: working with victims of sexual violence / Silvia H. Koller and Luisa F. Habigzang -- Honesty in scientific study / William B. Swann -- Ethically questionable research / William Von Hippel -- Commentary to part VIII / Susan T. Fiske -- Culture, fellowship opportunities, and ethical issues for decision makers / Richard W. Brislin and Valerie Rosenblatt -- Balancing profession with ego: the frailty of tenure decisions / P. Christopher Earley -- Fidelity and responsibility in leadership: what should we expect (of ourselves?) / Donald J. Foss -- To thine own self be true / David Trafimow -- When things go bad / Robert J. Vallerand -- Commentary to part IX / Susan T. Fiske -- The ethics of repeat reviewing of journal manuscripts / Susan T. Fiske -- Bias in the review process / Joan G. Miller -- The Rind et al. affair: later reflections / Kenneth J. Sher -- Me, myself, and a third party / Steven K. Shevell -- Commentary to part X / Susan T. Fiske -- The power of industry (money) in influencing science / K.D. Brownell -- The impact of personal expectations and biases in preparing expert testimony / Ray Bull -- The fragility of truth in expert testimony / Phoebe C. Ellsworth -- A surprising request from a grant monitor / Robert J. Sternberg -- Whoever pays the piper calls the tune: a case of documenting funding sources / Howard Tennen -- How to protect scientific integrity under social and political pressure: applied day-care research between science and policy / Marinus H. Van Ijzendoorn and Harriet Vermeer -- Commentary to part XI / Susan T. Fiske -- Epilogue: Why is ethical behavior challenging? A model of ethical reasoning / Robert J. Sternberg
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CR9781139626491
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1 online resource (xvii, 229 pages)
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Governing access note
Use of this electronic resource may be governed by a license agreement which restricts use to the European University Institute community. Each user is responsible for limiting use to individual, non-commercial purposes, without systematically downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information, provided that all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials are retained. The use of software, including scripts, agents, or robots, is generally prohibited and may result in the loss of access to these resources for the entire European University Institute community
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9781107039735
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file(s).
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)904378050
Label
Ethical challenges in the behavioral and brain sciences : case studies and commentaries, edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Cornell University, Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, (electronic resource)
Link
https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139626491
Publication
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online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Beyond the immediate: academic dishonesty / Richard Abrams -- Collaboration, cheating, or both? / Janette B. Benson -- Grappling with student plagiarism / Scott Plous -- Commentary to part 1 / Susan T. Fiske -- The compassionate instructor doesn't always award extra credit / William Buskist -- An ethical dilemma in teaching / Eva Dreikurs Ferguson -- Attempted retribution by a disgruntled individual / John Hagen -- Grading and the "fairness doctrine" / James S. Nairne -- Managing and responding to requests by students seeking to improve their achievement-related outcomes / Sharon Nelson-Le Gall and Elaine F. Jones -- Are there times when something is of greater importance than the truth? / Bernard Weiner -- Commentary to part II / Susan T. Fiske -- An ethical dilemma in publishing / Larry E. Beutler -- What does authorship mean? / Dale C. Farran -- The ethical use of published scales / Diane F. Halpern -- Idea poaching behind the veil of blind peer review / Rick H. Hoyle -- An ethical challenge / Susan Kemper -- Authorship: credit where credit is due / Stephen M. Kosslyn -- Publication of student data when the student cannot be contacted / Peter F. Lovibond -- Ethics in research: interactions between junior and senior scientists / Greta B. Raglan, Jay Schulkin, and anonymous -- Resolving ethical lapses in the non-publication of dissertations / Michael C. Roberts, Sarah E. Beals-Erickson, Spencer C. Evans, Cathleen Odar, and Kimberly S. Canter -- Theft / Naomi Weisstein -- Claiming the ownership of someone else's idea / Dan Zakay -- Commentary to part III / Susan T. Fiske -- Ethics in service / Robert Prentky -- Protecting confidentiality in a study of adolescents' digital communication / Marion K. Underwood -- Commentary to part IV / Susan T. Fiske -- Clawing back a promising paper / Teresa M. Amabile, Regina Conti, and Heather Coon -- When the data and theory don't match / Bertram Gawronski -- Desperate data analysis by a desperate job candidate / Jonathan Haidt -- Own your errors / David Hambrick -- Caution in data sharing / Richard L. Moreland -- The conflict entailed in using a post hoc theory to organize a research report / Thomas S. Wallsten -- Commentary to part V / Susan T. Fiske -- Complete or incomplete, that is the question: an ethics adventure in experimental design / Nancy K. Dess -- "Getting it right" can also be wrong / Ronnie Janoff-Bulman -- Commentary to part VI / Susan T. Fiske -- Beware the serial collaborator / David C. Geary -- My ethical dilemma / Scott O. Lilienfeld -- Data not to trust / Danielle S. McNamara -- When a research assistant (maybe) fabricates data / Steven L. Neuberg -- The pattern in the data / Todd K. Shackelford -- It is never as simple as it seems: the wide-ranging impacts of ethics violations / Michael Strube -- Commentary to part VII / Susan T. Fiske -- Ethical considerations when conducting research on children's eyewitness abilities / Kyndra C. Cleveland and Jodi A. Quas -- Studying harm-doing without doing harm: the case of the BBC prison study, the Stanford prison experiment, and the role-conformity model of tyranny / S. Alexander Haslam, Stephen D. Reicher, and Mark R. McDermott -- Observational research, prediction, and ethics: an early-career dilemma / Stephen P. Hinshaw -- Should we tell the parents? Balancing science and children's needs in a longitudinal study / Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Marsha Weinraub -- Ethics in human subjects research in Brazil: working with victims of sexual violence / Silvia H. Koller and Luisa F. Habigzang -- Honesty in scientific study / William B. Swann -- Ethically questionable research / William Von Hippel -- Commentary to part VIII / Susan T. Fiske -- Culture, fellowship opportunities, and ethical issues for decision makers / Richard W. Brislin and Valerie Rosenblatt -- Balancing profession with ego: the frailty of tenure decisions / P. Christopher Earley -- Fidelity and responsibility in leadership: what should we expect (of ourselves?) / Donald J. Foss -- To thine own self be true / David Trafimow -- When things go bad / Robert J. Vallerand -- Commentary to part IX / Susan T. Fiske -- The ethics of repeat reviewing of journal manuscripts / Susan T. Fiske -- Bias in the review process / Joan G. Miller -- The Rind et al. affair: later reflections / Kenneth J. Sher -- Me, myself, and a third party / Steven K. Shevell -- Commentary to part X / Susan T. Fiske -- The power of industry (money) in influencing science / K.D. Brownell -- The impact of personal expectations and biases in preparing expert testimony / Ray Bull -- The fragility of truth in expert testimony / Phoebe C. Ellsworth -- A surprising request from a grant monitor / Robert J. Sternberg -- Whoever pays the piper calls the tune: a case of documenting funding sources / Howard Tennen -- How to protect scientific integrity under social and political pressure: applied day-care research between science and policy / Marinus H. Van Ijzendoorn and Harriet Vermeer -- Commentary to part XI / Susan T. Fiske -- Epilogue: Why is ethical behavior challenging? A model of ethical reasoning / Robert J. Sternberg
Control code
CR9781139626491
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 229 pages)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Use of this electronic resource may be governed by a license agreement which restricts use to the European University Institute community. Each user is responsible for limiting use to individual, non-commercial purposes, without systematically downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information, provided that all copyright and other proprietary notices contained on the materials are retained. The use of software, including scripts, agents, or robots, is generally prohibited and may result in the loss of access to these resources for the entire European University Institute community
Isbn
9781107039735
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file(s).
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)904378050

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