Voluntariness of consent to research: a conceptual model
Department of Psychiatry
Coercion; *Decision Making; Human Experimentation; Humans; Informed Consent; Patient Participation; Personal Autonomy; Persuasive Communication
Bioethics and Medical Ethics | Health Services Research | Law and Psychology | Psychiatry | Psychiatry and Psychology
A good deal of policy and practice in human subjects research aims to ensure that when subjects consent to research, they do so voluntarily. To date, however, voluntariness and its impairment have been poorly conceptualized and studied. The legal doctrine of informed consent could provide a useful model.
DOI of Published Version
Hastings Cent Rep. 2009 Jan-Feb;39(1):30-9.
The Hastings Center report
Appelbaum PS, Lidz CW, Klitzman R. (2009). Voluntariness of consent to research: a conceptual model. Implementation Science and Practice Advances Research Center Publications. https://doi.org/10.1353/hcr.0.0103. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/psych_cmhsr/29