3 edition of Reporting and Referring Child and Adolescent Research Participants found in the catalog.
Reporting and Referring Child and Adolescent Research Participants
Celia B. Fisher
September 1, 1994
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
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Referring and reporting research participants at risk: Views from urban adolescents. Child Development, 67(5), pp. Abstract: Researching developmental risks of urban youth raises ethical concerns when an investigator discovers a participant is in jeopardy. Reporting and referring research participants: Ethical challenges for investigators studying children and youth.
Ethics & Behavior, 4(2). Abstract: Researchers studying at-risk and socially disenfranchised child and adolescent populations are facing ethical dilemmas not previously encountered in the laboratory or the clinic. Child abuse is one of the most challenging social problems worldwide.
Failure to report child abuse may lead to the aggravation of the situation and increase the probability of further abuses. SCOPE The Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACAP)'s goal is to advance the science and practice of child and adolescent psychiatry by publishing original research and articles of theoretical, scientific, and clinical relevance to the field.
JAACAP welcomes unpublished manuscripts whose primary focus is the mental health of children, adolescents, and their. A robust system for protecting human participants in research in general is a necessary but not sufficient foundation for protecting child research participants in particular.
Meeting the special ethical and legal standards for protecting infants, children and adolescents who participate in research demands additional resources and attention beyond that required for protecting adults.
Background The internet is an increasingly popular tool in family and child research that is argued to pose new ethical challenges, yet few studies have systematically assessed the ethical issues of engaging parents and children in research online. This scoping review aims to identify and integrate evidence on the ethical issues reported when recruiting, retaining and tracing families and Cited by: 4.
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Use of play equipment, physical devices, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry OVERVIEW 2 E/M Components •History •Examination. Disclosure of subject participation in child abuse research presents ethical challenges to researchers and REBs. Potential concerns may include assumption of abuse as a result of participation in.
Negative emotionality is a robust predictor of numerous problematic life outcomes, including poorer physical and mental health, lower quality of life, less satisfaction in romantic relationships, and reduced longevity (Diener, Oishi, & Lucas, ; Eisenberg, et al., ; Lahey, ; Slatcher & Vazire, ).In addition to its role as a predictor of individuals’ problematic outcomes Cited by: Most discussions of the ethics of self-report research on abuse and interpersonal violence focus on the risks of asking participants about their experiences.
An important element of the cost-benefit analysis--the costs of not asking about child abuse--has largely been ignored. Furthermore, little research has been conducted on the costs and benefits of child abuse research, leaving researchers Cited by: There is a need, on the one hand, to guarantee the immediate safety of the adolescent or other children in the home and to comply with the legal reporting requirements of child abuse.
On the other hand, assessors need to be sensitive to the potential strain on the trust between assessor and youth that may arise from initiating a report of. Book - Elements needed: Book authors or editors, date of publication, book title, city and state in which publisher is located, and name of publishing company.
Elkind, D. The child's reality: Three developmental themes. Hoboken, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. controlled trial. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. ;51(12) e Wood A, Trainor G, Rothwell J, Moore A, Harrington R. Randomized trial of group therapy for repeated deliberate self-harm in adolescents.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. ;40(11) Cited by: Reference: Durbin, C. Emily, and Sylvia Wilson. Convergent validity of and bias in maternal reports of child emotion.
Psychological Assessment (): Print. Abstract. Objectives To investigate the incidence and correlates of early treatment response among youth receiving cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Methods 56 youth who participated in a randomized controlled trial of CBT for PTSD and D-cycloserine were included.
Youth with PTSD symptoms below clinical cutoff after Session 4 of a 12 Cited by: 9. Abstract. Over and beyond the general ethical principles with which all psychologists should be thoroughly familiar (American Psychological Assoication, ; Canter, Bennett, Jones, & Nagy, ), research with pediatric and clinical child populations raises special ethical problems that challenge investigators to develop special strategies in order to conduct their research in a responsible Cited by: 6.
from a variety of viewpoints for a two-day meeting. (See Appendix 1 for a full list of participants.) Expert panel members each provided literature and research from their area of expertise for review, as well as their unique perspectives to the vexing problem of lack of access to psychiatric services.
Introduction The Journal of Adolescence is an international, broad based, cross-disciplinary journal that addresses issues of professional and academic importance concerning development between puberty and the attainment of adult status within society. Our focus is specifically on adolescent development: change over time or negotiating age specific issues and life transitions.
Journal of Child Language. Instructions for Contributors. A key publication in the field, Journal of Child Language publishes articles on all aspects of the scientific study of language behaviour in children, the principles which underlie it, and the theories which may account for it.
The international range of authors and breadth of coverage allow the journal to forge links between many. Abstract. Substance use and dependency among individuals living in the United States has been recognized as a public health crisis. Substance-use prevention scientists are at the forefront of identifying current and continually evolving individual and social factors contributing to the misuse of prescription and illegal drugs and for designing and empirically validating preventive and Cited by: 1.
Objective: This scoping review sought to locate and describe criteria relating to admission to and discharge from inpatient mental health care for adolescents aged 11 to 19 years in the literature.
Introduction: In the United Kingdom (UK) and internationally, it is estimated that one in 10 children and adolescents has a diagnosable mental health problem. Children and adolescents with the.Daniel S. Bromberg, William T.
O’Donohue, in Handbook of Child and Adolescent Sexuality, Why the Dearth of Research on Child and Adolescent Sexuality? There are at least three factors that explain the dearth of research on child and adolescentprepubescent children have been viewed as asexual beings (Borneman & Lombardi-Nash, ; DePalma & Atkinson, ) with sexual.
Reporting and Referring Research Participants: Ethical Challenges for Investigators Studying Children and Youth. Celia B. Fisher. Discretionary Considerations in its Applicability in Research on Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders.
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