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Therapeutic Misconception and Scientific Reframing is a National Institute of Mental Health funded study led by Charles Lidz, Ph.D. The study’s goals are to: (1) Develop an innovative procedure that educates participants about clinical research trials to reduce Therapeutic Misconception (TM); and (2) Test this innovative procedure in a hypothetical clinical research trial to reduce TM without reducing study enrollment rates.
Lidz, C. W., Truong, D., Albert, K., & Alikhan, S. (2017). Protecting Research Participants: How Can We Reduce “Therapeutic Misconception" in Clinical Research Trials? [English and Spanish versions]. Psychiatry Information in Brief, 14 (2). Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/pib/vol14/iss2/1
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Therapeutic Misconception, Clinical Trials Ethics, Scientific Reframing, Spanish