Investigator practices and perspectives

Ashcraft, M. H., & Krause, J. A. (2007). Social and behavioral researchers’ experiences with their IRBs. Ethics & Behavior, 17(1), 1-17.
Investigator practices and perspectives, IRB practices and perspectives, Investigators,Research staff, Survey research, Educational institutions, United StatesMixed methods (MM)

Bieschke, K. J., Bishop, R. M., & Garcia, V. L. (1996). The utility of the research self-efficacy scale. Journal of Career Assessment, 4, 59-75.
Investigator practices and perspectives, Voluntariness and self-efficacyCollege students and young adults, Ethics education, Educational institutions, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

Diviak, K. R., Curry, S. J., Emery, S. L., & Mermelstein, R. J. (2004). Human participants challenges in youth tobacco cessation research: researchers’ perspectives. Ethics & Behavior, 14(4), 321-334.
Assent and self-consent (children and adolescents), Informed consent (adults), Investigator practices and perspectives, IRB practices and perspectives, Adolescents, Investigators,People at risk for or with substance abuse addictions, Research staff, Clinical trials,Educational institutions, United StatesQualitative (QL)

Eldridge, G. D., Robinson, R., Corey, S., Brems, C., & Johnson, M. E. (2012). Ethical challenges in conducting HIV/AIDS research in correctional settings. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 18(4), 309-318.
Confidentiality and privacy, Informed consent (adults), Investigator practices and perspectives, IRB practices and perspectives, Investigators, IRB members, Research staff, Incarcerated, detained, or previously incarcerated individuals, People at risk for HIV, Prisons, United States, Qualitative (QL)

Ensign, J., & Ammerman, S. (2008). Ethical issues in research with homeless youths. Journal Of Advanced Nursing, 62(3), 365-372.
Assent and self-consent (children and adolescents), Investigator practices and perspectives, Research risks and benefits, Children, Investigators, Research staff, Survey research, Educational institutions, United States, Mixed methods (MM)
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Fisher, C. B., Fried, A. L., & Feldman, L. G. (2009). Graduate socialization in the responsible conduct of research: A national survey on the research ethics training experiences of psychology doctoral students. Ethics & behavior, 19(6), 496-518.
Investigator practices and perspectives, Research misconduct, College students and young adults, Ethics education, Educational institutions, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

Fisher, C. B., Fried, A. L., Goodman, S. J., & Germano, K. K. (2009). Measures of mentoring, department climate, and graduate student preparedness in the responsible conduct of psychological research. Ethics & behavior, 19(3), 227-252.
Investigator practices and perspectives, Research misconduct, College students and young adults, Ethics education, Educational institutions, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

Fisher, C. B., et al. (2013). Moral Stress, Moral Practice and Ethical Climate in Community-Based Drug-Use Research: Views from the Front Line. American Journal of Bioethics Primary Research, 4(3), 27-38.
Investigator practices and perspectivesPeople at risk for or with substance use addictionsResearch misconduct, Community-engaged research

Fischer, B. A., & George, P. (2010). The investigator and the IRB: A survey of depression and schizophrenia researchers. Schizophrenia research, 122(1-3), 206.
Investigator practices and perspectives, IRB practices and perspectives, Adults with mental health disorders, Adults with neurological disorders, Investigators, IRB members, Research staff, Clinical trials, Educational institutions, United States, Quantitative (QT)

Forester, M., Kahn, J. H., & Hesson-McInnis, M. S. (2004). Factor structures of three measures of research self-efficacy. Journal of Career Assessment,12(1), 3-16.
Investigator practices and perspectivesVoluntariness and self-efficacyCollege students and young adultsInvestigators, Research staff, Ethics education, Educational institutionsUnited StatesQuantitative (QT)

Franrenet, S., Moutel, G., Raffi, F., Dabis, F., Bruyand, M., Hervé, C., & … Duchange, N. (2011). Information that should be given to HIV cohort participants during ongoing research: The viewpoints of patient representatives and research professionals. Journal Of Empirical Research On Human Research Ethics, 6(4), 76-83.
Investigator practices and perspectives, Adults (other)People at risk for or living with other STIs, People living with HIV, Clinical trials, Health-care facilities, France, Mixed methods (MM)

Haire, B. (2013). Ethics of Medical Care and Clinical Research: A Qualitative Study of Principal Investigators in Biomedical HIV Prevention Research. Journal Of Medical Ethics: The Journal Of The Institute Of Medical Ethics, 39(4), 231-235.
Investigator practices and perspectives, Investigators, Research staff, Clinical trials, Health-care facilities, Australia, Qualitative (QL)

Hamm, M., Scott, S., Klassen, T., Moher, D., & Hartling, L. (2012). Do health care institutions value research? A mixed methods study of barriers and facilitators to methodological rigor in pediatric randomized trials. BMC medical research methodology, 12(1), 158.
Assent and self-consent (children and adolescents), Investigator practices and perspectives, Investigators, Research staff, Clinical trials, Health-care facilitiesCanadaMixed methods (MM)

Hanson, B. L., Faulkner, S. A., Brems, C., Corey, S. L., Eldridge, G. D., Johnson, M. E. (2015). Key stakeholders’ perceptions of motivators for research participation among individuals who are incarcerated. JERHRE, 10 (4), 350-370.
Investigator practices and perspectivesIRB practices and perspectives, Voluntariness and self-efficacyIncarcerated, detained, or previously incarcerated individualsInvestigators, IRB members, Community-engaged researchPrisonsUnited StatesQualitative (QL)

Jui-An Pan, S., & Chou, C. (2014). Using a two-tier test to examine Taiwanese graduate students’ misunderstanding of responsible conduct of research. Ethics and Behavior, 25 (6), 500-527.
Investigator practices and perspectivesResearch misconductCollege students and young adultsResearch staff, Survey researchEducational institutions, TaiwanQuantitative (QT)

Keith-Spiegel, P. & Koocher, G. P. (2005). Institutional Review Board Researcher Assessment Tool (IRB-RAT).
Investigator practices and perspectives, IRB practices and perspectives, Investigators, IRB members, Research staff, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

Kimberly, M. B., Hoehn, K. S., Feudtner, C., Nelson, R. M., & Schreiner, M. (2006). Variation in standards of research compensation and child assent practices: a comparison of 69 institutional review board–approved informed permission and assent forms for 3 multicenter pediatric clinical trials. Pediatrics, 117(5), 1706-1711.
Assent and self-consent (children and adolescents), Informed consent (adults), Investigator practices and perspectives, IRB practices and perspectives, Investigators, IRB members,Children, Clinical trials, United States, Quantitative (QT)

Kokolo, M. B., et al. (2011). HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) – A Quantitative Ethics Appraisal. PLoS ONE 6(8): e22497.
Informed consent (adults), Investigator practices and perspectives, Research risks and benefits, Investigators, Research staff, Clinical trials, Health-care facilitiesCanadaQuantitative (QT)

Kostick, K. M., Weeks, M., & Mosher, H. (2014). Participant and staff experiences in a peed-delivered HIV prevention with injection drug users. JERHRE, 9 (1), 6-18.
Clinical efficacyInvestigator practices and perspectives, Research misconductInvestigatorsPeople at risk for HIVPeople who inject drugsCommunity-engaged researchCommunity organizationsUnited StatesQualitative (QL)

Mecca, J. T., Medeiros, K. E., Giorgini, V., Gibson, C., Mumford, M. D., & Connelly, S. Biases and compensatory strategies: the efficacy of a training intervention. Ethics and Behavior, 26 (2), 128-143.
Investigator practices and perspectivesResearch misconductCollege students and young adultsEthics education, Survey researchEducational institutionsUnited StatesQuantitative (QT) 

O’Lonergan, T. A., & Forster-Harwood, J. E. (2011). Novel approach to parental permission and child assent for research: Improving comprehension. Pediatrics, 127(5), 917-924.
Assent and self-consent (children and adolescents), Investigator practices and perspectives, Voluntariness and self-efficacy, Adolescents, Children, Ethics educationMultimedia, Survey research, Health-care facilities, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

Phillips, J. C., & Russell, R. K. (1994). Research self-efficacy, the research training environment, and research productivity among graduate students in counseling psychology. The Counseling Psychologist, 22, 628-641.
Investigator practices and perspectives, Voluntariness and self-efficacy, College students and young adults, Investigators, Ethics educationSurvey researchEducational institutions, United States, Quantitative (QT)

Ripley, E., Macrina, F., Markowitz, M., & Gennings, C. (2010). Why do we pay? A national survey of investigators and IRB chairpersons. Journal of empirical research on human research ethics: JERHRE, 5(3), 43.
Investigator practices and perspectives, IRB practices and perspectives, Investigators, IRB members, Clinical trials, Educational institutions, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

Sullivan, S., Aalborg, A., Basagoitia, A., Cortes, J., Lanza, O., & Schwind, J. S. (2015). Exploring perceptions and experiences of Bolivian health researchers with research ethics. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 10 (2), 185-195.
Investigator practices and perspectives, InvestigatorsResearch staffEthics educationEducational institutionsBoliviaQuantitative (QT)

Yessis, J. L., et al (2012). Development of a Research Participants’ Perception Survey to Improve Clinical Research. CTS Journal, 5(6): 452-460.
Informed consent (adults), Investigator practices and perspectives, Investigators, Adults (other), Clinical trials, Educational institutions, CanadaQuantitative (QT)

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