Social and Behavioural Sciences
Ethical review social and behavioural research
All research performed in the Leiden University Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences is ethically reviewed by 1 of 3 ethical review committees.
Ethical Review Committee Social Sciences
The Ethical Review Committee Social Sciences’ main task is to review research proposals on criteria concerning ethically responsible scientific conduct within the Institutes of Cultural Anthropology and Developmental Sociology, Political Science and the Centre of Science and Technology Studies.
Education and Child Studies Ethics Committee
The Education and Child Studies Ethics Committee's main task is to review all research carried out in (or under the responsibility of staff of) the Institute of Education and Child Studies on criteria of ethically-responsible scientific conduct.
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Psychology Research Ethics Committee
The Psychology Research Ethics Committee considers applications for ethical approval for research conducted within the Institute of Psychology. All studies and experiments conducted in psychology first must obtain ethical approval in order to protect participants' interests.