Adults with neurological disorders

Arscott, K., Dagnan, D., & Kroese, B. S. (1998). Consent to psychological research by people with an intellectual disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 11(1), 77-83.
Informed consent (adults), Voluntariness and self-efficacy, Research risks and benefits,Adults with neurological disorders, Clinical trials, Community organizations, Educational institutions, EnglandQuantitative (QT)

Fisher, C., Cea, C., Davidson, P., & Fried, A. (2006). Capacity of persons with mental retardation to consent to participate in randomized clinical trials. American Journal of Psychiatry, 163(10), 1813-1820.
Informed consent (adults), Adults with neurological disorders, Clinical trials, Community organizations, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

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 StatesQuantitative (QT)

Jeste, D.V. et al (2007). A New Brief Instrument for Assessing Decisional Capacity for Clinical Research. Arch Gen Psychiatry, 64(8), 966-974.
Informed consent (adults), Adults with neurological disorders, Clinical trials, Health-care facilities, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

Roberts, L. W., Warner, T. D., Brody, J. L., Roberts, B., Lauriello, J., & Lyketsos,C. (2002). Patient and psychiatrist ratings of hypothetical schizophrenia research protocols: assessment of harm potential and factors influencing participation decisions. American Journal of Psychiatry, 159(4), 573-584.
Informed consent (adults), Adults (other), Adults with neurological disorders, Clinical trials,Health-care facilities, United States, Mixed methods (MM)

Wirshing, D. A., Wirshing, W. C., Marder, S. R., Liberman, R. P., & Mintz, J. (1998). Informed consent: assessment of comprehension. American Journal of Psychiatry, 155(11), 1508-1511.
Informed consent (adults), Adults with neurological disorders, Health-care facilities, United StatesQuantitative (QT)

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