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Question 1
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Data are made anonymous by Keeping the key linking names to responses in a secure location. Reporting data in aggregate form in publications resulting from the research. Requiring all members of the research team to sign confidentiality agreements. Destroying all identifiers connected to the data.
Question 2
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In a longitudinal study that will follow children from kindergarten through high school and will collect information about illegal activities, which of the following confidentiality procedures would protect against compelled disclosure of individually identifiable information? Securing a Certificate of Confidentiality. Using pseudonyms in research reports. Using data encryption for stored files. Waiving documentation of consent.
Question 3
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When a focus group deals with a potentially sensitive topic, which of the following statements about providing confidentiality to focus group participants is correct? The researcher cannot control what participants repeat about others outside the group. Using pseudonyms in reports removes the concern about any confidences shared in the group. If group participants sign confidentiality agreements, the researcher can guarantee confidentiality. If group members know each other confidentiality is not an issue.
Question 4
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A researcher leaves a research file in her car while she attends a concert and her car is stolen. The file contains charts of aggregated numerical data from a research study with human subjects, but no other documents. The consent form said that no identifying information would be retained, and the researcher adhered to that component. Which of…...

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