The Letter of Consent

IB Psychology: The Letter of Consent

One of the basic ethical requirements of psychological research is “informed consent.” Informed consent means not only that you get a formal agreement from the participants that they are “willing to participate in your experiment,” but you also fully inform them of their rights as a participant.In order for a participant to decide whether s/he would like to participate, it is necessary for them to know what the...


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