Willingness of subjects with thought disorder to participate in research.

@article{Candilis2006WillingnessOS,
  title={Willingness of subjects with thought disorder to participate in research.},
  author={Philip J. Candilis and Cynthia M. A. Geppert and Kenneth E. Fletcher and Charles W. Lidz and Paul S Appelbaum},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={159-65}
}
Greater attention is being focused on the willingness and motivations of potential subjects who are recruited for research protocols. Given the importance of subjects' abilities to choose freely and reason through their decisions about entering psychiatric research, empirical researchers have been developing assessment and education tools that address the potential vulnerabilities of research subjects. In this study subjects' responses and reasons for or against participation were elicited as… CONTINUE READING

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Willingness to participate was correlated with higher MacCAT - CR scores on certain scales , better education , and lower levels of psychosis and cognitive impairment .
Willingness to participate was correlated with higher MacCAT - CR scores on certain scales , better education , and lower levels of psychosis and cognitive impairment .
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