C-26, r. 212 - Code of ethics of psychologists

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73. Psychologists must refuse to take part in any research if it appears to them that the risks to the physical or psychological well-being of the participants are disproportionate to the potential benefits that the participants could derive from the research or the benefits they would derive from conventional professional services, if needed.
O.C. 439-2008, s. 73.