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Social and Behavioral Sciences Working Group
 
Social and Behavior Sciences Working Group on Human Research Protections
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Social and Behavioral Sciences Working Group
on Human Research Protections


The Social and Behavioral Sciences Working Group on Human Research Protections is an interdisciplinary group of scientists established to examine and suggest ways to enhance the protection of human subjects in the social and behavioral sciences. The Working Group receives support for its activities from the National Institutes of Health's Office of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research. The Working Group conducts outreach to social and behavioral science researchers, enhances education and training regarding human subjects protection regulations and the review of social and behavioral science protocols, and prepares reports on topics within the human subjects protection system that need improvements. Dr. Felice Levine, Executive Director of the American Educational Research Association, serves as Chair of the Working Group.

Introduction, Accomplishments, and Plans

SBS Working Group Roster

Reports Approved by Social and Behavioral Sciences Working Group
Risk and Harm
Exempt and Expedited

National Human Research Protections Advisory Committee (NHRPAC) approved recommendations:
Recommendations on Public Use Data Files
Recommendations on Confidentiality and Research Data Protections
Table 2 of Report
Clarification of the Status of Third Parties When Referenced by Human Subjects in Research

Courses
American Sociological Association
Overview, Agenda, and Presentations
Notebook Materials, Volumes I and II

American Educational Research Association (2003)
Agenda and Presentations
Notebook Materials

American Educational Research Association (2006)
Agenda 
Notebook Materials 

Population Association of America
Agenda and Presentations
Notebook Materials

American Psychological Society
Agenda and Presentations
Notebook Materials

Archive for the National Human Research Protections Advisory Committee

Secretary's Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections

Office for Human Research Protections 

AERA Activities on HRP

 
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