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Appendix B: Table of Committee-Recommended Levels of IRB Review and Oversight
Pages 153-158

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... Appendix B Table of Committee-Recommended Levels of IRB Review and Oversight 153
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... • IRBs have oversight of the registration • Investigators are expected to observe through prospective and retrospective professional standards appropriate to audits, and data protection plan provided. their fields and to responsible conduct requirements of their institutions.
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... consideration of human subjects protections beyond those normally applied in the excused category to ensure that any harm or discomfort created solely by the research procedures is not greater than minimal risk. • Research is reviewed and overseen by IRB.
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... o  bserving, coding, or recording O • Benign interactions or interventions the behavior of individuals in that involve methodologies that are public settings where there is no very familiar to people in everyday interaction or intervention and life and in which verbal, behavioral, no assumption of privacy,b such or physiological responses would be as recording admissions lines to the research data being collected (e.g., study social interaction in crowds educational tests, surveys, focus groups, at sporting or cultural events, interviews, fieldwork or "participant coding informational content of observation," and similar procedures; and publicly published Facebook pages; sociolinguistic studies; simulation studies; observing differences in tipping games, markets, negotiations, voting; behavior in restaurants. individual or group decision making; o  emographic, sociological, or D studies of educational processes, teaching, other research that uses publicly and learning; studies of social perception available data sources, such as and judgment; personality, achievement, birth or decedent records, home and ability tests, and role playing ownership, court records where the involving routine activities or tasks under information is public and there is different scenarios and that do not in no assumption of privacy.
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... • Public awareness of recruitment procedures can jeopardize participants' physical safety or reveal criminal behavior. • The nature of the research data collected requires specific plans for reporting illegal behaviors, providing emergency treatment, or protecting a participant or third party from physical harm.  • Use of deceptive techniques are specifically designed to induce psychological, social, or physical discomfort.

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