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**What is the DARCLE Ethics Repository?** We are a group of researchers and practitioners who have been using longform (including daylong) recordings for some years. This repository compiles some of our know-how and tips, particularly with the aim of helping newcomers navigate the complexities of ethics surrounding this novel technique. **What resources can you find in this repository?** There are two main sections: - [Sample consent forms][1] - [FAQ for participants][2] **Do you have any recommended further reading?** See the following manuscript where we discuss many of the legal and ethical concerns surrounding longform audio recordings: Cychosz, M., Romeo, R. R., Soderstrom, M., Scaff, C., Ganek, H., Cristia, A., Casillas, M., de Barbaro, K., Bang, J., & Weisleder, A. (*to appear*). [Longform recordings of everyday life: Ethics for best practices.][3] *Behavior Research Methods*. We also recommend: Casillas, M, & Cristia, A. (2019). [A step-by-step guide to collecting and analyzing long-format speech environment (LFSE) recordings.][4] *Collabra: Psychology*, *5*(1), 1-21. **For more information on the processing, storage, and management of real-world longform audio recordings see:** The DARCLE group's webpage: The HomeBank webpage: The HomeBank vetting manual: The DARCLE annotation scheme for daylong audio recordings: TalkBank tips for IRB [1]: "Consent form samples" [2]: "Participant FAQ" [3]: [4]:
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