Laboratory rules for researchers
The Helsinki Laboratory for Behavioral and Experimental Studies (Helsinki LABBET) is a multidisciplinary laboratory for experimental research using human subjects. Helsinki LABBET infrastructure includes 24 client notebooks and 1 server/experimenter notebook. There is no charge for using the laboratory facilities.
Helsinki LABBET complies with the ethical principles of research with human participants of the Finnish National Board on Research Integrity (TENK).
The Helsinki LABBET is committed to protecting subject privacy and processing personal
information fairly and lawfully in compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).
Any violation of the guidelines outlined in this document may undermine the reputation of the Helsinki LABBET and the credibility of the gathered data. Thus, in case of a violation of the guidelines, the laboratory management are expected to raise the issue with the responsible researcher. The director of the laboratory is authorized to revoke usage rights of or restrict access to the laboratory to any user that systematically violates the guidelines outlined in this document.
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