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  1. The Nuremberg Code

    The Nuremberg Code The Nuremberg Code is a set of research ethics principles for human experimentation. The Code was a result of the Nuremberg Trials, where a number of Nazis were convincted of war crimes committed during World War II, many of

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  2. Singapore Statement on Research Integrity

    Singapore Statement on Research Integrity The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity was developed as part of the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity, 21‐24 July 2010, in Singapore, as a global guide to the responsible conduct of

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  3. 3R Guide

    3R Guide 3R Guide (2014): A database of guidelines, databases, information centres, journals and discussions fora for implementation of the 3Rs. http://www.3RGuide.info

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  4. Aasen (2000)

    Aasen (2000) Aasen, H. Sinding (2000). Pasientens rett til selvbestemmelse ved medisinsk behandling. Bergen: Kunnskapsforlaget

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  5. Adesman (2009)

    Adesman, A. (2009). Babyfacts: The truth about your child's health, from newborn through preschool. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons.

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  6. AIBS (undated)

    American Institute for Biological Sciences (AIBS) “Information for Authors and Reviewers”. Downloaded 14.12.2011  http://www.aibs.org/bioscience/authors_and_reviewers.html

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  7. Alderson & Morrow (2004)

    Alderson, P. & Morrow, V. (2004). Ethics, social research and consulting with children and young people. London: Barnardos

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  8. AMS 2005

    American Mathematical Society (AMS) 2005. “Ethical Guidelines” http://www.ams.org/about-us/governance/policy-statements/sec-ethics (downloaded 11.11.2015)

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  9. Anderson JA, Weijer C. (2002)

    Anderson, JA and C. Weijer (2002),”The Research Subject as Wage Earner”. Theoretical Medicine 23: 359-376

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  10. APA (1982-2014)

    APA (1982-2014) American Psychological Assosiatation: Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (From 1982 to 2014)

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  11. Ariansen (1992)

    Ariansen (1992) Ariansen, P. (1992). Miljøfilosofi. En innføring. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget

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  12. ASA 1999

    American Statistical Association (ASA) 1999. “Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice”   http://www.amstat.org/committees/ethics/index.html (downloaded 11.11.2015)

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  13. Aubert (1982)

    Aubert (1982) Aubert, Vilhelm (1982, orig. 1969) The Hidden Society, New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction

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  14. Barad (2009)

    Barad, Karen (2009): Meeting the universe halfway: Quantum physics and the entanglement of matter and meaning. Durham: Duke University Press

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  15. Baskin & Gross (2011)

    Baskin & Gross (2011) Baskin PK, Gross RA. Honorary and ghost authorship. BMJ 2011;343:d6223.

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  16. Beck (1996)

    Beck, U. ”Risk Society as Cosmopolitan Society?” Theory, Culture & Society, vol 13, Sage 1996

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  17. Becker (1970)

    Becker (1970) Becker, Howard (1970) Sociological Work – Method and Substance, Chicago: Alan Lane The Chicago Press

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  18. Beder (1998)

    Beder, S. 1998, The new engineer – Management and professional responsibility in a changing world, Macmillan education Australia: South Yarra

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  19. Befring (2007)

    Befring, Edvard (2007): Forskningsmetode med etikk og statistikk. Oslo: Det Norske Samlaget

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  20. Berlung, N., Olof, J. and Edman, A. (2003)

    Berlung, N., Olof, J. and Edman, A. (2003) Berlung, N., Olof, J. and Edman, A. (2003). Family intervention in schizophrenia. Impact on family burden and attitude. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 38, 116-121.

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  21. Bermans et al (2008)

    Bergmans, H., Logie, C., Van Maanen, K., Hermsen, H., Meredyth, M. and Van Der Vlugt, C.: Identification of potentially hazardous human gene products in GMO risk assessment. Environmental Biosafety Research 7 (2008) 1-9

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  22. Bernard (1865)

    Bernard (1865) Bernard, C. (1865). Introduction à l’étude de la mèdecine expèrimentale. Paris: Bailliere. Translated to English in 1927, republished in 1957 with the title An introduction to the study of experimental medicine.

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  23. Bioteknologinemnda (2003)

    Bioteknologinemnda: Biopatenter og EU’s patentdirektiv, rapport, 2003

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  24. Bioteknologinemnda (2004)

    Bioteknologinemnda: Biopatenter og EU’s patentdirektiv, rapport, 2004

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  25. Bond (2004)

    Bond (2004) Bond, T. (2004). Ethical guidelines for researching counselling and psychotherapy. Counseling and Psychotherapy Research 4(2), 10-19

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