In the process of researching the bibliography for the histories of deception, a number of surprises emerged regarding the use of deception in empirical research. The original list of four references has since expanded into a larger resource on the history of experimental ethics.
Methodological Deception bibliography.
- Dehue, T. (2000). From deception trials to control reagents: The introduction of the control group about a century ago. American Psychologist, 55(2), 264-268.
- Gross, A. E. & Fleming, I. (1982). Twenty years of deception in social psychology. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 8(3), 402-408.
- Herrera, C. D. (1997). A historical interpretation of deceptive experiments in American psychology. History of the Human Sciences, 10(1), 23-36.
- Nicks, S. D., Korn, J. H., & Mainieri, T. (1997). The rise and fall of deception in social psychology and personality research, 1921 to 1994. Ethics & Behavior, 7(1), 69-77.
- Dubrow Eichel, S. K. (2002). Can scholars be deceived? Empirical evidence from social psychology and history. Cultic Studies Review, 1(1), 51-64.
Related histories of ethical practice:
- Baumeister, A. A. (2000). The Tulane electrical brain stimulation program: A historical case study in medical ethics. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 9(3), 262-278.
- Crocq, L. (2004). Histoire du debriefing. / A history of debriefing. Pratiques Psychologiques, 10(4), 291-318.
- Dewsbury, D. A. (1990). Early interactions between animal psychologists and animal activists and the founding of the APA Committee on Precautions in Animal Experimentation. American Psychologist, 45(3), 315-327.
- Freedman, R. I. (2001). Ethical challenges in the conduct of research involving persons with mental retardation. Mental Retardation, 39(2), 130-141.
- Kuschel, R. (1998). The necessity for code of ethics in research. Psihijatrija Danas, 30(2-3), 247-274.
- Musto, D. F. (1977). Freedom of inquiry and subjects’ rights: Historical perspective. American Journal of Psychiatry, 134(8), 893-896.
- Pinals, D. A. & Appelbaum, P. S. (2000). The history and current status of competence and informed consent in psychiatric research. Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences, 37(2), 82-94.
- Roberts, L. W. (2002). Ethics and mental illness research. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 25(3), 525-545.
- Singer, E. & Levine, F. J. (2003). Protection of human subjects of research: Recent developments and future prospects for the social sciences. Public Opinion Quarterly, 67(1), 148-164.
- Temme, L. A. (2003). Ethics in Human Experimentation: The Two Military Physicians Who Helped Develop the Nuremberg Code. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 74(12), 1297-1300.
- Kopaladze, R. A. (2000). Ivan P. Pavlov’s views on vivisection. Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science, 35(4), 266-271.
- Leary, D. E. (1980). The intentions and heritage of Descartes and Locke: Toward a recognition of the moral basis of modern psychology. Journal of General Psychology, 102(2), 283-310.