Megan Johnston

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The Handbook of Moral Development is the defi niti ve source of theory and research on the development of morality. Since the publicati on of the fi rst editi on, groundbreaking approaches to studying the development of morality have re-invigorated debates about what it means to conceptualize and measure morality in early childhood, how children understand(More)
The study analyses adolescents' positively charged versus negatively charged moral emotion expectancies. Two hundred and five students (M= 14.83 years, SD= 2.21) participated in an interview depicting various situations in which a moral norm was either regarded or transgressed. Emotion expectancies were assessed for specific emotions (pride, guilt) as well(More)
section summarizes the ethical and legal considerations that will impact the creation and operation of neurological disease registries in Canada. This document is not meant to provide legal or ethical advice. In order to ensure that applicable laws and organizational policies are adhered to in an appropriate manner, it is recommended that legal advisors and(More)
BACKGROUND Patient registries represent a well-established methodology for prospective data collection with a wide array of applications for clinical research and health care administration. An examination and synthesis of registry stakeholder perspectives has not been previously reported in the literature. METHODS To inform the development of future(More)
the outset of this project, one aim was to define a set of core data fields to include in all neurological registries in Canada. This project targeted neurological registries in Canada for all priority neurological conditions identified in the call for proposal including: Alzheimer's disease (AD) and other dementias, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS),(More)
This section of the guideline discusses procedures and best practices around quality control and quality assurance. In developing this section of the guideline we reviewed available literature and best practice; consulted with registry and disease experts; and derived consensus recommendations. Quality, as defined by the International Standards Organization(More)
the past decade, there has been an appreciable increase in the number of national as well as international registries for a variety of neurological conditions, with corresponding increase in the amount of publications arising from these efforts [ref]. The registries were established for determining the natural history of a specific disease, the(More)