Paying People to Participate in Research: Why Not?
Bioethics 1997 October; 11(5): 390-396
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McNeill, Paul (1997-10)This paper argues against paying people to participate in research. Volunteering to participate as a subject in a research program is not like taking a job. The main difference is to do with the risks inherent in research. ...
The Ethics of Paying Drug Users Who Participate in Research: A Review and Practical Recommendations Fry, Craig L.; Hall, Wayne; Ritter, Alison; Jenkinson, Rebecca (2006-12)THE PAYMENT OF RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS raises ethical and empirical questions that have special importance in addictions research involving drugdependent participants. Despite a now large literature on human subjects payment, ...