Corpus ID: 10104674

Parental Permission and Child Assent in Research on Children

@inproceedings{RothCline2013ParentalPA,
  title={Parental Permission and Child Assent in Research on
Children},
  author={M. Roth-Cline and R. Nelson},
  booktitle={The Yale journal of biology and medicine},
  year={2013}
}
Grounded on the ethical principle of respect for persons, parental permission and child assent function together to protect the child and to foster the development of the child's self-determination. Although both parental permission and child assent involve the same components of information sharing, comprehension, and voluntariness, how these three components are understood and operationalized should differ depending on the developmental level of the child. For example, the amount of… Expand
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