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翻譯:彭啟倫(簡介並寄信)
編輯:朱學(簡介並寄信)

所有麻省理工學院腦與認知科學系所的研究生,進行人體研究前必須修過這門課且通過紙筆測驗。有關這方面所需的資訊可在相關資源所列的網站找到。

目的

這門課提供相關議題的指導及實際的道德議題對話,有關於在腦與認知科學中有責任的人體與動物實驗方法。會特別強調有關年輕研究員的主題,包括資料管理,動物和人體主題,錯誤的研究方法,方法指導,智慧財產權及論文發表。

課程設計

每堂課前的指定閱讀須先完成,這方面是取自Francis L. Macrina所寫的《科學的健全》。每堂課開始將由教師以一段講稿來介紹每個主題。之後課程將會以4-5個學生為一討論小組。同時每堂課也會準備個案討論來評估,每個個案有兩組會被選來對全班發表討論結果。這將有助於全體教員將能更順暢的帶領討論。

測驗

從課本上課文出題的考試將在最後一堂課舉行。


All MIT graduate students in Brain and Cognitive Sciences are required to take this course and pass a written exam in order to perform research on human subjects. Information about these requirements can be found on the web sites listed in the related resources section.

Purpose

To provide instruction and dialog on practical ethical issues relating to the responsible conduct of human and animal research in the brain and cognitive sciences. Specific emphasis will be placed on topics relevant to young researchers including data handling, animal and human subjects, misconduct, mentoring, intellectual property, and publication.

Format

Assigned readings, to be completed prior to each class, will be taken from the text Scientific Integrity by Francis L. Macrina. Sessions will begin with a lecture by faculty to introduce each topic. The class will then be divided into smaller discussion groups of 4-5 students each. Case studies prepared for each class will be evaluated, and two groups will be selected to present each case for discussion by the entire group. Faculty will be available to facilitate and guide discussion.

Test

An exam on readings from the text will be given at the end of the final class.


 
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