reflect upon the merits and ethical dilemas of three classic psychology experiments
Begin by selecting three classic psychology experiments from the provided list below. All of these were conducted prior to the establishment of Institutional Review Boards. Conduct a search for scholarlyresources that provide an overview of the experiment and the identified controversy.
- Harlow’s Rhesus Monkey Experiments
- Johnsonâ€™s The Monster Study
- Landisâ€™ Facial Expressions Experiment
- Moneyâ€™s David Reimer Experiment
- Seligmanâ€™s Learned Helplessness Experiment
- Sherifâ€™s Robber Cave Experiment
- Watsonâ€™s Little Albert Experiment
Weigh the merits of the three classic psychology experiments that you selected from this list. Briefly, summarize the three experiments. Explain the intent of each experiment and its key findings. Then, determine how each experiment contributes to your understanding of human behavior. What influence does or could this experiment have on psychology today?
Drawing on the skill builders for this week, identify at least three major ethical issues that exist in each experiment. Assess whether the experiment could be conducted today as it was originally presented. Explain what changes would be required to ensure that the research would be conducted according to todayâ€™s professional standards.
Support your assignment with at least five scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.
Length: 5 -7 pages, not including title and reference pages