Informed consent to genetic research: Student participation and perception of risk

@inproceedings{Ascheman2010InformedCT,
  title={Informed consent to genetic research: Student participation and perception of risk},
  author={Paul Lawrence Ascheman},
  year={2010}
}
This experimental deception study explored how undergraduate online research participants from a large Midwestern university (n = 182) perceived, comprehended, and acted upon consent documents involving potential loss of genetic privacy. Risk perception, willingness to participate, and consent behavior were measured across manipulations of four randomly assigned experimental consent documents composed of two levels of privacy risk (identifiable or anonymous genetic storage) and two monetary… CONTINUE READING

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