Ensuring Fair Representation of Minority Children in Research

TitleEnsuring Fair Representation of Minority Children in Research
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsAnderson, EE
PublisherLawrence Earlbaum
Keywords(children , adolescents); , Analysis; , and , Competence; , cultural , design , designs; , disorders , Diversity , experimental , HEALTH , Human Research Subjects , Mental , Minors , persons , Populations , PSYCHOLOGY , Risk-Benefit , SPECIAL , Study , Vulnerable Populations , with
AbstractA multi-site study comparing several treatment modalities for children with ADHD using random assignment seeks to ensure fair representation and access to research benefits for minority children given issues of potential overdiagnosis and underrepresentation in care.
NotesBased on a case in Kimberly Hoagwood, Peter S. Jensen, and Celia B. Fisher, Ethical Issues in Mental Health Research with Children and Adolescents, Lawrence Erlbaum, 1996
OEC Unique IdentifierEthics in Mental Health Research, Case Studies
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