Welcome to your Stat Quiz 03 Your Name 1. Current ethical guidelines for both behavioral and medical researchers have their origins in the:Institutional Review Board.Belmont Report.Greek myths.Red Data Book.2. In which of the following areas of psychology has elaborate deception been most problematic?Clinical psychologySocial psychologyDevelopmental psychologyParapsychology3. _____ becomes an important issue when studying topics such as family violence, drug use, divorce, or sexual behavior.CompensationConfidentialityConcealed observationDefensiveness4. Informed consent of participants is often a problem for researchers because:participants are rarely interested to know the details of the experiment.researchers themselves are not informed completely about the procedures.knowledge of the hypothesis may bias the participants’ responses.understanding and signing the informed consent is time-consuming.5. In research, _____ occurs when there is active misrepresentation of information about the nature of a study.fidelitydeceptionplagiarismnonmaleficence6. In the Milgram obedience experiment, participants were deceived about the hypothesis when they were told that the purpose of the experiment was to study:blind obedience.the effects of electric shock.memory and learning.the effects of punishment.7. Angelica tells the participants of her research that they would receive painful electric shocks, which brings about fear and anxiety in the participants. However, the shocks were never delivered. Which of the following types of stress are the participants most likely to experience in this case?PsychicalProceduralPsychologicalPhysical8. Anonymous questionnaires, surveys, and educational tests are all considered _____ research.exemptfraudulentnon-ethicallaboratory9. Which of the following is a prerequisite of an informed consent form?Use of simple and straightforward language must be avoided.Jargons and technical terminologies can be used extensively.It should be written in the first person to avoid confusion.Non-English speakers should be given a translated version.10. In the context of debriefing, evidence collected by Milgram indicated that:in all circumstances, the debriefing should be thorough in order to be effective.debriefing was effective in removing any negative effects of participation.participants need not be debriefed after the completion of the study.participants should be aware of the actual purpose of the study.