Music Therapy : Research on Human Subjects with Mental Disorders

TitleMusic Therapy : Research on Human Subjects with Mental Disorders
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2000
PublisherNational Academy of Engineering, Online Ethics Center
Keywords(competence) , (including , addictive , and , Assent , Capacity , Consent: , Consent; , Deception; , DECISION-MAKING , determination , Disclosure , disorders , HEALTH , Human Research Subjects , Informed , Informed Consent , Mental , Obstacles , of; , participants , Permission; , PSYCHOLOGY , surrogate , to , with
AbstractA participant in a low-risk, non-therapeutic study on the genetics and pathophysiology of schizophrenia appears confused. The graduate research assistant collecting data from her is unsure if she is competent to consent to research participation.
NotesBrian Schrag, ed., Research Ethics: Cases and Commentaries, Volume 4, Bloomington, Indiana: Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
OEC Unique IdentifierEthics in Mental Health Research, Case Studies
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