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V-vi]. Simultaneously, the American Psychological Association was compiling a more complete set of ethical guidelines by polling psychologists on what ethical problem were actually encountered in research . Elsewhere, I have described how unobtrusive measurement conflicts with APA's ethical guidelines . Clearly, then, in spite of the considerable care taken in drafting these guidelines, they still raise im- Sweating at night portant and unresolved problems regarding our research practices.
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Matthews, personal communication, August 15, 1980]. This front page story revealing an insurer's probing, with threat of cancelling insurance protection of those who had not completed the questionnaire, provoked Mr Alan Borovoy, General Counsel of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association to state in a letter to Ontario's Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations "the right to enjoy insurance coverage should not be predicated upon an insurer's right to climb inside a person's psyche". The Globe and Mail's editorial concerning the incident continued, that in Mr Borovoy's view the questionnaire "invites an exercise in self-incrimination" (wearing nothing but a seat belt, 1980).