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A Psychologist's Guide to the Conduct of Non-Sexist Research
This article posted by the CPA describes how people can conduct non-sexist research.
American Counselling Association (ACA) Resources
This site presents the American Counseling Association's code of ethics, provides frequently asked questions about counseling, suggests how to cope with crisis, and more.
Athabasca University - Research Ethics
Includes information about Athabasca University's Research Ethics Board, and the process for acquiring ethics approval for research conducted at Athabasca University.
Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists
Canadian Psychological Association document detailing the ethical responsibilities of psychologists.
Canadian Council on Animal Care
Presents guidelines explaining how animals should be cared for and used in experiments, and provides other information relevant to the care of animals used in scientific research.
Human Subjects and Research Ethics
Provides information about policies for using human subjects in research.
Interagency Advisory Panel on Research Ethics Tutorial
Provides a tutorial explaining the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans, which is the current guiding document for research involving humans in Canada.
NSERC - Responsible Conduct in Research and Scholarship
Presents information pertinent to maintaining integrity in reseach and scholarship, and includes information about ethical conduct for research involving humans and animals.
On Being a Scientist: Responsible Conduct in Research
This handbook provides an overview of issues which are of importance to all scientists and researchers. Some of the topics discussed include the values of science, conflicts of interest, publications and openess, error and negligence, misconduct, ethical violations, and allocation of credit.

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