Differing Perceptions of Risks and Benefits

TitleDiffering Perceptions of Risks and Benefits
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsAnderson, EE
PublisherEthics in Mental Health Research
Keywords(including , addictive , Analysis; , and , benefits; , Community , Competence; , Consumer , cultural , design , developmental , disabilities) , disorders , HEALTH , Human Research Subjects , Informed Consent , MEDICINE , Mental , or , participants , Populations , PSYCHOLOGY , representation; , Risk-Benefit , risks , SPECIAL , Study , with
AbstractA researcher conducts a non-therapeutic study with young adults with Tourette’s Syndrome and their families. The participants’ perceptions of risks and benefits differ from those of the researcher.
URLhttps://sites.google.com/a/narrativebioethics.com/emhr/contact/differing-perceptions-of-risks-and-benefits
OEC Unique IdentifierEthics in Mental Health Research, Case Studies
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