1. This video discussed various reasons for believing that research subjects ought to receive substantial monetary compensation for their participation in medical studies. Which of the following considerations is NOT such a reason? Substantial compensation is an effective way to discourage subjects from over-participation in medical research studies. Monetary compensation is a way to fairly recognize the vital contributions of research subjects to the progress of medical science. In most cases, research participants gain little to no health benefit from taking part in these medical studies. Since a common purpose of medical studies is to determine whether the interventions under investigation are sufficiently safe for human use, participation generally puts subjects at higher risk of bad health outcomes. Correct! Wrong!