The goal of this project is to analyze ethical, social, and legal issues in environmental health research. Topics investigated included: ethics of research with research human subjects, ethics of research with animal subjects, research misconduct, data management, authorship, publication, peer review, scientific collaboration, conflict of interest, intellectual property, commercialization of research, compliance with laws or regulations, international issues, dual use research, informed consent in research, research risks, environmental risk management, and social responsibility. No human or animal subjects were used. The research methods included literature review, philosophical, ethical, and legal analysis, and collection of existing data.

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Resnik, David B (2018) Examining the Social Benefits Principle in Research with Human Participants. Health Care Anal 26:66-80
Resnik, David B; Finn, Peter R (2018) Ethics and Phishing Experiments. Sci Eng Ethics 24:1241-1252
Resnik, David B; MacDougall, D Robert; Smith, Elise M (2018) Ethical Dilemmas in Protecting Susceptible Subpopulations From Environmental Health Risks: Liberty, Utility, Fairness, and Accountability for Reasonableness. Am J Bioeth 18:29-41
Resnik, David B (2017) Ethics of community engagement in field trials of genetically modified mosquitoes. Dev World Bioeth :
Resnik, David B; Shamoo, Adil E (2017) Fostering Research Integrity. Account Res :1-6
Resnik, David B; Konecny, Brandon; Kissling, Grace E (2017) Conflict of Interest and Funding Disclosure Policies of Environmental, Occupational, and Public Health Journals. J Occup Environ Med 59:28-33
Resnik, David B; Shamoo, Adil E (2017) Reproducibility and Research Integrity. Account Res 24:116-123
Resnik, David B; Elliott, Kevin C; Soranno, Patricia A et al. (2017) Data-Intensive Science and Research Integrity. Account Res 24:344-358
Kimmelman, Jonathan; Resnik, David B; Peppercorn, Jeffrey et al. (2017) Burdensome Research Procedures in Trials: Why Less Is More. J Natl Cancer Inst 109:
Resnik, David B (2017) The Role of Intuition in Risk/Benefit Decision-Making in Human Subjects Research. Account Res 24:1-29

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