Modern Takes on Historical Studies

For this assignment, you need to put together a 10 slide presentation, accompanied by a written narration.
The slides should include a title slide (slide 1) and a reference slide (slide 10) and should be presented in PowerPoint.
The written narration should not exceed 1000 words and should be presented in either Word or pdf format. It should not replicate what is included on the slides, but should complement and elaborate on the slide content.
The content of the presentation will be based on the ethical considerations you made in assignment 1. You should take these and outline a modern ethical assessment of the same psychological construct considered in the original study/experiment you considered in assignment 1. It is important that you do not attempt to design a study/experiment, but that you give most of your consideration into an ethical assessment so that it would comply with current BPS guidelines.
In order to facilitate the slide production, please consider the following key inclusions, and consult the assessment feedback form for indication of what you are to cover:
Succinct overview of study and psychological construct being considered
Who would your participants be and how would you obtain their ethical approval to partake in your study? For example, one of the criticisms of Milgram’s study was that it had a sampling bias. This might be rectified by having a more cross-sectional sample.
What would you have the participants do? How would this measure the same psychological construct without violating current ethical principles and/or standards. An example hereof might be that in Milgram’s experiments, participants were visibly uncomfortable with the situation and what was asked of them. This is a risk to their mental health and wellbeing that should be avoided.
How would your measurements/assessments link to the psychological construct being assessed? For example, in Milgram’s experiments, the researcher was in the room urging the participant to ‘keep going’. Therefore, it could be argued that the research was measuring coercion rather than obedience, thus not measuring the construct of interest. A more ethical approach would need to ensure that the psychological construct of interest is being measured.


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