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Competing commitments in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Steven Joffe, Karen Albert, Jill Rosenbaum, and Lorna J. Simon), IRB (2009)
 

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Violence and mental illness: a new analytic approach (with Steven M. Banks, Lorna J. Simon, Carol A. Schubert, and Edward P. Mulvey), Law and human behavior (2007)
 

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Therapeutic misconception and the appreciation of risks in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Thomas Grisso, and Michelle Renaud), Social science and medicine (1982) (2004)
 

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Factual sources of psychiatric patients' perceptions of coercion in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Marlene Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1998)
 

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Perceived coercion in mental hospital admission. Pressures and process (with Steven K. Hoge, William Gardner, Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), Archives of general psychiatry (1995)
 

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

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Stigma, AIDS and quality of nursing care: state of the science (with Laura Siminoff and Judith A. Erlen), Journal of advanced nursing (1991)
 

Coercion

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Voluntariness of consent to research: a conceptual model (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Robert Klitzman), The Hastings Center report (2009)
 

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Coercion, Encyclopedia of Bioethics (2004)
 

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Gratitude and coercion between physicians and patients (with William Gardner), Psychiatric annals (2003)
 

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Coercion in psychiatric care: what have we learned from research, The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (1999)
 

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Factual sources of psychiatric patients' perceptions of coercion in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Marlene Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1998)
 

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Family, clinician, and patient perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission. A comparative study (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, John Monahan, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1998)
 

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The validity of mental patients' accounts of coercion-related behaviors in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Nancy S. Bennett, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), Law and human behavior (1997)
 

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Perceptions of coercion in the admission of voluntary and involuntary psychiatric patients (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, and Nancy Bennett), International journal of law and psychiatry (1997)
 

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Perceived coercion in mental hospital admission. Pressures and process (with Steven K. Hoge, William Gardner, Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), Archives of general psychiatry (1995)
 

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Coercion and commitment: understanding involuntary mental hospital admission (with John Monahan, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

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Inclusion, motivation, and good faith: the morality of coercion in mental hospital admission (with Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, and William Gardner), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Patient, family, and staff perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission: an exploratory study (with Steven K. Hoge, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, Laura Siminoff, Robert M. Arnold, and John Monahan), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Two scales for measuring patients' perceptions for coercion during mental hospital admission (with William Gardner, Steven K. Hoge, Nancy Bennett, Loren H. Roth, John Monahan, and Edward P. Mulvey), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Informed consent in psychiatric research (with Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), Rutgers law review (1987)
 

Clinical Trials

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Voluntariness of consent to research: a preliminary empirical investigation (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Robert Klitzman), IRB (2009)
 

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Competing commitments in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Steven Joffe, Karen Albert, Jill Rosenbaum, and Lorna J. Simon), IRB (2009)
 

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Clinical trials and medical care: defining the therapeutic misconception (with Gail E. Henderson, Larry R. Churchill, Arlene M. Davis, Michele M. Easter, Christine Grady, Steven Joffe, Nancy Kass, Nancy M. P. King, Franklin G. Miller, Daniel K. Nelson, Jeffrey Peppercorn, Barbra Bluestone Rothschild, Pamela Sankar, Benjamin S. Wilfond, and Catherine R. Zimmer), PLoS medicine (2007)
 

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Clinical ethics versus clinical research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The American journal of bioethics : AJOB (2006)
 

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Research sponsorship, financial relationships, and the process of research in pharmaceutical clinical trials (with William P. Gardner), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2006)
 

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Authors' reports about research integrity problems in clinical trials (with William P. Gardner and Kathryn C. Hartwig), Contemporary clinical trials (2005)
 

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Therapeutic misconception and the appreciation of risks in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Thomas Grisso, and Michelle Renaud), Social science and medicine (1982) (2004)
 

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False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Loren H. Roth, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), The Hastings Center report (1987)
 

Commitment of Mentally Ill

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The "pass-through" model of psychiatric emergency room assessment (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (2000)
 

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Patients' revisions of their beliefs about the need for hospitalization (with William Gardner, Steven K. Hoge, John Monahan, Marlene M. Eisenberg, Nancy S. Bennett, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1999)
 

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Coercion in psychiatric care: what have we learned from research, The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (1999)
 

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Family, clinician, and patient perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission. A comparative study (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, John Monahan, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1998)
 

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The validity of mental patients' accounts of coercion-related behaviors in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Nancy S. Bennett, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), Law and human behavior (1997)
 

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Perceptions of coercion in the admission of voluntary and involuntary psychiatric patients (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, and Nancy Bennett), International journal of law and psychiatry (1997)
 

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Perceived coercion in mental hospital admission. Pressures and process (with Steven K. Hoge, William Gardner, Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), Archives of general psychiatry (1995)
 

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Coercion and commitment: understanding involuntary mental hospital admission (with John Monahan, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

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Gender and the assessment of dangerousness in the psychiatric emergency room (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1994)
 

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Short-term clinical prediction of assaultive behavior: artifacts of research methods (with L. Joy Apperson and Edward P. Mulvey), The American journal of psychiatry (1993)
 

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Inclusion, motivation, and good faith: the morality of coercion in mental hospital admission (with Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, and William Gardner), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Patient, family, and staff perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission: an exploratory study (with Steven K. Hoge, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, Laura Siminoff, Robert M. Arnold, and John Monahan), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Psychiatric admission of family violent versus nonfamily violent patients (with Edward W. Gondolf and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1991)
 

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Do dangerousness-oriented commitment laws restrict hospitalization of patients who need treatment? A test (with Sandra Cleveland, Edward P. Mulvey, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Hospital and community psychiatry (1989)
 

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Commitment: the consistency of clinicians and the use of legal standards (with Edward P. Mulvey, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Sandra Cleveland), The American journal of psychiatry (1989)
 

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The rights of juveniles in "voluntary" psychiatric commitments: some empirical observations (with E. Gross, Alan Meisel, and Loren H. Roth), The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (1980)
 

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Toward a model of the legal doctrine of informed consent (with Alan Meisel and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1977)
 

Confidentiality

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A direct comparison of research decision-making capacity: schizophrenia/schizoaffective, medically ill, and non-ill subjects (with Philip J. Candilis, Kenneth E. Fletcher, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia research (2008)
 

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Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

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Confidentiality: an empirical test of the utilitarian perspective (with Paul S. Appelbaum, G. Kapen, B. Walters, and Loren H. Roth), The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (1984)
 

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Confidentiality in psychiatry: a study of the patient's view (with Donald Schmid, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Loren H. Roth), Hospital and community psychiatry (1983)
 

Conflict of Interest

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Competing commitments in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Steven Joffe, Karen Albert, Jill Rosenbaum, and Lorna J. Simon), IRB (2009)
 

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Clinical ethics versus clinical research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The American journal of bioethics : AJOB (2006)
 

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Research sponsorship, financial relationships, and the process of research in pharmaceutical clinical trials (with William P. Gardner), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2006)
 

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Therapeutic misconception in clinical research: frequency and risk factors (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Thomas Grisso), IRB: Ethics and Human Research (2004)
 

Decision Making

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Advances in Informed Consent Research (with Philip J. Candilis), The Ethics of Consent: Theory and Practice (2009)
 

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A direct comparison of research decision-making capacity: schizophrenia/schizoaffective, medically ill, and non-ill subjects (with Philip J. Candilis, Kenneth E. Fletcher, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia research (2008)
 

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The Therapeutic Misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics (2008)
 

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Informed Consent: Clinical Aspects of Consent (with Robert M. Arnold), Encyclopedia of Bioethics (2004)
 

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Informed Consent: Legal Theory and Clinical Practice (with Jessica W. Berg, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Lisa S. Parker), Center for Mental Health Services Research (2001)
 

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Letting go: family willingness to forgo life support (with Valeri Swigart, Victoria Butterworth, and Robert M. Arnold), Heart and lung : the journal of critical care (1996)
 

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Rethinking autonomy in long term care (with Robert M. Arnold), University of Miami law review (1993)
 

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Commitment: the consistency of clinicians and the use of legal standards (with Edward P. Mulvey, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Sandra Cleveland), The American journal of psychiatry (1989)
 

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Information disclosure, subject understanding, and informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul R. Benson, Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, and William J. Winslade), Law and human behavior (1988)
 

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Informed Consent: A Study of Decisionmaking in Psychiatry (with Alan Meisel, Eviatar Zerubavel, Mary Carter, Regina M. Sestak, and Loren H. Roth), Center for Mental Health Services Research (1984)
 

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Competency to decide about treatment or research: an overview of some empirical data (with Loren H. Roth, Alan Meisel, Paul H. Soloff, Kenneth Kaufman, Duane G. Spiker, and F. Gordon Foster), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

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Informed consent and patient decisionmaking: the reasoning of law and psychiatry (with Caroline L. Kaufmann, Loren H. Roth, and Alan Meisel), International journal of law and psychiatry (1981)
 

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Tests of competency to consent to treatment (with Loren H. Roth and Alan Meisel), The American journal of psychiatry (1977)
 

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Toward a model of the legal doctrine of informed consent (with Alan Meisel and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1977)
 

Disclosure

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Informed Consent: A Critical Part of Modern Medical Research, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (2011)
 

Ethics

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Clinical ethics versus clinical research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The American journal of bioethics : AJOB (2006)
 

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Can People with Mental Illness Consent to Research?, Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2006)
 

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Issues of ethics and identity in diagnosis of late life depression (with Lisa S. Parker), Ethics and behavior (2003)
 

Ethics Committees

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Institutional Review Boards: What Do They Do? How Do They Protect Subjects? (with Christopher Jackson, Philip J. Candilis, Suzanne Garverich, Lauren A. Gellar, and Teresa Roach), Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2008)
 

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The need to understand IRB deliberations (with Philip J. Candilis and Robert M. Arnold), IRB (2006)
 

Ethics, Medical

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Advances in Informed Consent Research (with Philip J. Candilis), The Ethics of Consent: Theory and Practice (2009)
 

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A direct comparison of research decision-making capacity: schizophrenia/schizoaffective, medically ill, and non-ill subjects (with Philip J. Candilis, Kenneth E. Fletcher, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia research (2008)
 

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The Therapeutic Misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics (2008)
 

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Clinical ethics versus clinical research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The American journal of bioethics : AJOB (2006)
 

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Informed Consent: Clinical Aspects of Consent (with Robert M. Arnold), Encyclopedia of Bioethics (2004)
 

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Informed Consent: Legal Theory and Clinical Practice (with Jessica W. Berg, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Lisa S. Parker), Center for Mental Health Services Research (2001)
 

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Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

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Informed Consent: A Study of Decisionmaking in Psychiatry (with Alan Meisel, Eviatar Zerubavel, Mary Carter, Regina M. Sestak, and Loren H. Roth), Center for Mental Health Services Research (1984)
 

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Barriers to informed consent (with Alan Meisel, Marian Osterweis, Janice L. Holden, John H. Marx, and Mark R. Munetz), Annals of internal medicine (1983)
 

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Competency to decide about treatment or research: an overview of some empirical data (with Loren H. Roth, Alan Meisel, Paul H. Soloff, Kenneth Kaufman, Duane G. Spiker, and F. Gordon Foster), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

Ethics, Research

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Competing commitments in psychiatric research: an examination of psychiatric researchers' perspectives (with Ryan E. Lawrence, Karen Albert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), International journal of law and psychiatry (2012)
 

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Competing commitments in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Steven Joffe, Karen Albert, Jill Rosenbaum, and Lorna J. Simon), IRB (2009)
 

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The Therapeutic Misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics (2008)
 

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Clinical trials and medical care: defining the therapeutic misconception (with Gail E. Henderson, Larry R. Churchill, Arlene M. Davis, Michele M. Easter, Christine Grady, Steven Joffe, Nancy Kass, Nancy M. P. King, Franklin G. Miller, Daniel K. Nelson, Jeffrey Peppercorn, Barbra Bluestone Rothschild, Pamela Sankar, Benjamin S. Wilfond, and Catherine R. Zimmer), PLoS medicine (2007)
 

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Re-evaluating the therapeutic misconception: response to Miller and Joffe (with Paul S. Appelbaum), Kennedy Institute of Ethics journal (2007)
 

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Willingness of subjects with thought disorder to participate in research (with Philip J. Candilis, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, Kenneth E. Fletcher, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia bulletin (2005)
 

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Authors' reports about research integrity problems in clinical trials (with William P. Gardner and Kathryn C. Hartwig), Contemporary clinical trials (2005)
 

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Therapeutic misconception in clinical research: frequency and risk factors (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Thomas Grisso), IRB: Ethics and Human Research (2004)
 

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Therapeutic misconception and the appreciation of risks in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Thomas Grisso, and Michelle Renaud), Social science and medicine (1982) (2004)
 

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The therapeutic misconception: problems and solutions (with Paul S. Appelbaum), Medical care (2002)
 

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Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

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Information disclosure, subject understanding, and informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul R. Benson, Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, and William J. Winslade), Law and human behavior (1988)
 

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False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Loren H. Roth, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), The Hastings Center report (1987)
 

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Informed consent in psychiatric research (with Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), Rutgers law review (1987)
 

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Competency to decide about treatment or research: an overview of some empirical data (with Loren H. Roth, Alan Meisel, Paul H. Soloff, Kenneth Kaufman, Duane G. Spiker, and F. Gordon Foster), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

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The therapeutic misconception: informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice

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Stigma, AIDS and quality of nursing care: state of the science (with Laura Siminoff and Judith A. Erlen), Journal of advanced nursing (1991)
 

Hospitalization

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Capturing the ebb and flow of psychiatric symptoms with dynamical systems models (with Candice L. Odgers, Edward P. Mulvey, Jennifer L. Skeem, William Gardner, and Carol Schubert), The American journal of psychiatry (2009)
 

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Patients' revisions of their beliefs about the need for hospitalization (with William Gardner, Steven K. Hoge, John Monahan, Marlene M. Eisenberg, Nancy S. Bennett, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1999)
 

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Gender and the assessment of dangerousness in the psychiatric emergency room (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1994)
 

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Two scales for measuring patients' perceptions for coercion during mental hospital admission (with William Gardner, Steven K. Hoge, Nancy Bennett, Loren H. Roth, John Monahan, and Edward P. Mulvey), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Commitment: the consistency of clinicians and the use of legal standards (with Edward P. Mulvey, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Sandra Cleveland), The American journal of psychiatry (1989)
 

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Barriers to informed consent (with Alan Meisel, Marian Osterweis, Janice L. Holden, John H. Marx, and Mark R. Munetz), Annals of internal medicine (1983)
 

Hospitals, Psychiatric

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Factual sources of psychiatric patients' perceptions of coercion in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Marlene Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1998)
 

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Family, clinician, and patient perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission. A comparative study (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, John Monahan, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1998)
 

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The validity of mental patients' accounts of coercion-related behaviors in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Nancy S. Bennett, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), Law and human behavior (1997)
 

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Perceptions of coercion in the admission of voluntary and involuntary psychiatric patients (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, and Nancy Bennett), International journal of law and psychiatry (1997)
 

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Perceived coercion in mental hospital admission. Pressures and process (with Steven K. Hoge, William Gardner, Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), Archives of general psychiatry (1995)
 

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Short-term clinical prediction of assaultive behavior: artifacts of research methods (with L. Joy Apperson and Edward P. Mulvey), The American journal of psychiatry (1993)
 

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Inclusion, motivation, and good faith: the morality of coercion in mental hospital admission (with Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, and William Gardner), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Patient, family, and staff perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission: an exploratory study (with Steven K. Hoge, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, Laura Siminoff, Robert M. Arnold, and John Monahan), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

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Sources of disagreement among clinicians' assessments of dangerousness in a psychiatric emergency room (with Edward P. Mulvey, L. Joy Apperson, Karen Evanczuk, and Shawn Shea), International journal of law and psychiatry (1992)
 

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Do dangerousness-oriented commitment laws restrict hospitalization of patients who need treatment? A test (with Sandra Cleveland, Edward P. Mulvey, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Hospital and community psychiatry (1989)
 

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The rights of juveniles in "voluntary" psychiatric commitments: some empirical observations (with E. Gross, Alan Meisel, and Loren H. Roth), The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (1980)
 

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MMPI profiles in hospitalized psychiatric patients and their families (with Bertram J. Cohler, Justin L. Weiss, Henry U. Grunebaum, and Lyman C. Wynne), Archives of general psychiatry (1972)
 

Informed Consent

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Restoring balance: a consensus statement on the protection of vulnerable research participants (with James M. DuBois, Laura Beskow, Jean Campbell, Karen Dugosh, David Festinger, Sarah Hartz, and Rosalina James), American journal of public health (2012)
 

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Therapeutic misconception in research subjects : Development and validation of a measure (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Milena D. Anatchkova, Karen Albert, and Laura B. Dunn), Clinical trials (London, England) (2012)
 

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Why does informed consent fail? A discourse analytic approach (with David E. Ness and Scott F. Kiesling), The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (2009)
 

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Voluntariness of consent to research: a conceptual model (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Robert Klitzman), The Hastings Center report (2009)
 

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Advances in Informed Consent Research (with Philip J. Candilis), The Ethics of Consent: Theory and Practice (2009)
 

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A direct comparison of research decision-making capacity: schizophrenia/schizoaffective, medically ill, and non-ill subjects (with Philip J. Candilis, Kenneth E. Fletcher, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia research (2008)
 

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The Therapeutic Misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics (2008)
 

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Clinical trials and medical care: defining the therapeutic misconception (with Gail E. Henderson, Larry R. Churchill, Arlene M. Davis, Michele M. Easter, Christine Grady, Steven Joffe, Nancy Kass, Nancy M. P. King, Franklin G. Miller, Daniel K. Nelson, Jeffrey Peppercorn, Barbra Bluestone Rothschild, Pamela Sankar, Benjamin S. Wilfond, and Catherine R. Zimmer), PLoS medicine (2007)
 

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Re-evaluating the therapeutic misconception: response to Miller and Joffe (with Paul S. Appelbaum), Kennedy Institute of Ethics journal (2007)
 

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Can People with Mental Illness Consent to Research?, Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2006)
 

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Therapeutic misconception in clinical research: frequency and risk factors (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Thomas Grisso), IRB: Ethics and Human Research (2004)
 

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Therapeutic misconception and the appreciation of risks in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Thomas Grisso, and Michelle Renaud), Social science and medicine (1982) (2004)
 

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Informed Consent: Clinical Aspects of Consent (with Robert M. Arnold), Encyclopedia of Bioethics (2004)
 

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Issues of ethics and identity in diagnosis of late life depression (with Lisa S. Parker), Ethics and behavior (2003)
 

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Informed Consent: Legal Theory and Clinical Practice (with Jessica W. Berg, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Lisa S. Parker), Center for Mental Health Services Research (2001)
 

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Rethinking autonomy in long term care (with Robert M. Arnold), University of Miami law review (1993)
 

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Information disclosure, subject understanding, and informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul R. Benson, Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, and William J. Winslade), Law and human behavior (1988)
 

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Two models of implementing informed consent (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Alan Meisel), Archives of internal medicine (1988)
 

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False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Loren H. Roth, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), The Hastings Center report (1987)
 

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Informed consent in psychiatric research (with Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), Rutgers law review (1987)
 

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Informed Consent: Legal Theory and Clinical Practice (with Paul S. Applebaum and Alan Meisel) (1987)
 

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Chronic disease: the sick role and informed consent (with Alan Meisel and Mark R. Munetz), Culture, medicine and psychiatry (1985)
 
Informed consent and incompetent medical patients (with Mark R. Munetz and Alan Meisel), The Journal of family practice (1985)
 

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Informed Consent: A Study of Decisionmaking in Psychiatry (with Alan Meisel, Eviatar Zerubavel, Mary Carter, Regina M. Sestak, and Loren H. Roth), Center for Mental Health Services Research (1984)
 

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Barriers to informed consent (with Alan Meisel, Marian Osterweis, Janice L. Holden, John H. Marx, and Mark R. Munetz), Annals of internal medicine (1983)
 

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Competency to decide about treatment or research: an overview of some empirical data (with Loren H. Roth, Alan Meisel, Paul H. Soloff, Kenneth Kaufman, Duane G. Spiker, and F. Gordon Foster), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

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The therapeutic misconception: informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

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Informed consent and patient decisionmaking: the reasoning of law and psychiatry (with Caroline L. Kaufmann, Loren H. Roth, and Alan Meisel), International journal of law and psychiatry (1981)
 

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The rights of juveniles in "voluntary" psychiatric commitments: some empirical observations (with E. Gross, Alan Meisel, and Loren H. Roth), The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (1980)
 

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Tests of competency to consent to treatment (with Loren H. Roth and Alan Meisel), The American journal of psychiatry (1977)
 

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Toward a model of the legal doctrine of informed consent (with Alan Meisel and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1977)
 

Institutionalization

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Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

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Competency to decide about treatment or research: an overview of some empirical data (with Loren H. Roth, Alan Meisel, Paul H. Soloff, Kenneth Kaufman, Duane G. Spiker, and F. Gordon Foster), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

Long-Term Care

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Rethinking autonomy in long term care (with Robert M. Arnold), University of Miami law review (1993)
 

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The Erosion of Autonomy in Long-Term Care (with Lynn Fischer and Robert M. Arnold), Center for Mental Health Services Research (1992)
 

Mental Disorders

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Capturing the ebb and flow of psychiatric symptoms with dynamical systems models (with Candice L. Odgers, Edward P. Mulvey, Jennifer L. Skeem, William Gardner, and Carol Schubert), The American journal of psychiatry (2009)
 

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Psychiatric symptoms and community violence among high-risk patients: A test of the relationship at the weekly level (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Carol A. Schubert, Candice L. Odgers, Edward P. Mulvey, and William P. Gardner), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (2006)
 

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Substance use and community violence: a test of the relation at the daily level (with Edward P. Mulvey, Candice L. Odgers, Jennifer L. Skeem, William P. Gardner, and Carol A. Schubert), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (2006)
 

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Willingness of subjects with thought disorder to participate in research (with Philip J. Candilis, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, Kenneth E. Fletcher, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia bulletin (2005)
 

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Identifying Psychiatric Patients at Risk for Repeated Involvement in Violence: The Next Step Toward Intensive Community Treatment Programs (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Edward P. Mulvey, William Gardner, and Carol Schubert), International Journal of Forensic Mental Health Services (2002)
 

Link

The "pass-through" model of psychiatric emergency room assessment (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (2000)
 

Link

Patients' revisions of their beliefs about the need for hospitalization (with William Gardner, Steven K. Hoge, John Monahan, Marlene M. Eisenberg, Nancy S. Bennett, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1999)
 

Link

Clinical prediction of violence as a conditional judgment (with Edward P. Mulvey), Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology (1998)
 

Link

Family, clinician, and patient perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission. A comparative study (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, John Monahan, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1998)
 

Link

The validity of mental patients' accounts of coercion-related behaviors in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Nancy S. Bennett, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), Law and human behavior (1997)
 

Link

Perceptions of coercion in the admission of voluntary and involuntary psychiatric patients (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, and Nancy Bennett), International journal of law and psychiatry (1997)
 

Link

Clinical versus actuarial predictions of violence of patients with mental illnesses (with William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Esther C. Shaw), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (1996)
 

Link

Characteristics of violence in the community by female patients seen in a psychiatric emergency service (with Christine E. Newhill and Edward P. Mulvey), Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.) (1995)
 

Link

Coercion and commitment: understanding involuntary mental hospital admission (with John Monahan, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

Link

Conditional prediction: a model for research on dangerousness to others in a new era (with Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

Link

Gender and the assessment of dangerousness in the psychiatric emergency room (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1994)
 

Link

Short-term clinical prediction of assaultive behavior: artifacts of research methods (with L. Joy Apperson and Edward P. Mulvey), The American journal of psychiatry (1993)
 

Link

Inclusion, motivation, and good faith: the morality of coercion in mental hospital admission (with Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, and William Gardner), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

Link

Patient, family, and staff perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission: an exploratory study (with Steven K. Hoge, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, Laura Siminoff, Robert M. Arnold, and John Monahan), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

Link

Two scales for measuring patients' perceptions for coercion during mental hospital admission (with William Gardner, Steven K. Hoge, Nancy Bennett, Loren H. Roth, John Monahan, and Edward P. Mulvey), Behavioral sciences and the law (1993)
 

Link

Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

Link

Sources of disagreement among clinicians' assessments of dangerousness in a psychiatric emergency room (with Edward P. Mulvey, L. Joy Apperson, Karen Evanczuk, and Shawn Shea), International journal of law and psychiatry (1992)
 

Link

Do dangerousness-oriented commitment laws restrict hospitalization of patients who need treatment? A test (with Sandra Cleveland, Edward P. Mulvey, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Hospital and community psychiatry (1989)
 

Link

Commitment: the consistency of clinicians and the use of legal standards (with Edward P. Mulvey, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Sandra Cleveland), The American journal of psychiatry (1989)
 
Informed consent and incompetent medical patients (with Mark R. Munetz and Alan Meisel), The Journal of family practice (1985)
 

Link

Confidentiality: an empirical test of the utilitarian perspective (with Paul S. Appelbaum, G. Kapen, B. Walters, and Loren H. Roth), The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (1984)
 

Link

Confidentiality in psychiatry: a study of the patient's view (with Donald Schmid, Paul S. Appelbaum, and Loren H. Roth), Hospital and community psychiatry (1983)
 

Link

Competency to decide about treatment or research: an overview of some empirical data (with Loren H. Roth, Alan Meisel, Paul H. Soloff, Kenneth Kaufman, Duane G. Spiker, and F. Gordon Foster), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

Link

The therapeutic misconception: informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

Link

Tests of competency to consent to treatment (with Loren H. Roth and Alan Meisel), The American journal of psychiatry (1977)
 

Link

Toward a model of the legal doctrine of informed consent (with Alan Meisel and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1977)
 

Link

MMPI profiles in hospitalized psychiatric patients and their families (with Bertram J. Cohler, Justin L. Weiss, Henry U. Grunebaum, and Lyman C. Wynne), Archives of general psychiatry (1972)
 

Nursing Care

Link

Stigma, AIDS and quality of nursing care: state of the science (with Laura Siminoff and Judith A. Erlen), Journal of advanced nursing (1991)
 

Patient Admission

Link

The "pass-through" model of psychiatric emergency room assessment (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (2000)
 

Link

Patients' revisions of their beliefs about the need for hospitalization (with William Gardner, Steven K. Hoge, John Monahan, Marlene M. Eisenberg, Nancy S. Bennett, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1999)
 

Link

Factual sources of psychiatric patients' perceptions of coercion in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Marlene Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), The American journal of psychiatry (1998)
 

Link

Family, clinician, and patient perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission. A comparative study (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, John Monahan, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1998)
 

Link

The validity of mental patients' accounts of coercion-related behaviors in the hospital admission process (with Edward P. Mulvey, Steven K. Hoge, Brenda L. Kirsch, John Monahan, Nancy S. Bennett, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, and Loren H. Roth), Law and human behavior (1997)
 

Link

Perceptions of coercion in the admission of voluntary and involuntary psychiatric patients (with Steven K. Hoge, Marlene M. Eisenberg, William Gardner, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, Loren H. Roth, and Nancy Bennett), International journal of law and psychiatry (1997)
 

Link

Perceived coercion in mental hospital admission. Pressures and process (with Steven K. Hoge, William Gardner, Nancy S. Bennett, John Monahan, Edward P. Mulvey, and Loren H. Roth), Archives of general psychiatry (1995)
 

Link

Coercion and commitment: understanding involuntary mental hospital admission (with John Monahan, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

Personal Autonomy

Link

Voluntariness of consent to research: a preliminary empirical investigation (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Robert Klitzman), IRB (2009)
 

Link

Voluntariness of consent to research: a conceptual model (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Robert Klitzman), The Hastings Center report (2009)
 

Link

A direct comparison of research decision-making capacity: schizophrenia/schizoaffective, medically ill, and non-ill subjects (with Philip J. Candilis, Kenneth E. Fletcher, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia research (2008)
 

Link

Issues of ethics and identity in diagnosis of late life depression (with Lisa S. Parker), Ethics and behavior (2003)
 

Link

Coercion and commitment: understanding involuntary mental hospital admission (with John Monahan, Steven K. Hoge, Loren H. Roth, Nancy Bennett, William Gardner, and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

Link

Short-term clinical prediction of assaultive behavior: artifacts of research methods (with L. Joy Apperson and Edward P. Mulvey), The American journal of psychiatry (1993)
 

Link

Rethinking autonomy in long term care (with Robert M. Arnold), University of Miami law review (1993)
 

Link

The Erosion of Autonomy in Long-Term Care (with Lynn Fischer and Robert M. Arnold), Center for Mental Health Services Research (1992)
 

Link

Institutional constraints on autonomy (with Robert M. Arnold), Generations (San Francisco, Calif.) (1990)
 

Research Subjects

Link

Context is everything: psychological data and consent to research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Hastings Center report (2014)
 

Link

Voluntariness of consent to research: a conceptual model (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Robert Klitzman), The Hastings Center report (2009)
 

PDF

Institutional Review Boards: What Do They Do? How Do They Protect Subjects? (with Christopher Jackson, Philip J. Candilis, Suzanne Garverich, Lauren A. Gellar, and Teresa Roach), Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2008)
 

Link

A direct comparison of research decision-making capacity: schizophrenia/schizoaffective, medically ill, and non-ill subjects (with Philip J. Candilis, Kenneth E. Fletcher, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia research (2008)
 

Link

Re-evaluating the therapeutic misconception: response to Miller and Joffe (with Paul S. Appelbaum), Kennedy Institute of Ethics journal (2007)
 

Link

Clinical ethics versus clinical research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The American journal of bioethics : AJOB (2006)
 

Link

Research sponsorship, financial relationships, and the process of research in pharmaceutical clinical trials (with William P. Gardner), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2006)
 

PDF

Can People with Mental Illness Consent to Research?, Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2006)
 

Link

Willingness of subjects with thought disorder to participate in research (with Philip J. Candilis, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, Kenneth E. Fletcher, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia bulletin (2005)
 

Link

Therapeutic misconception in clinical research: frequency and risk factors (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Thomas Grisso), IRB: Ethics and Human Research (2004)
 

Link

Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

Link

Information disclosure, subject understanding, and informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul R. Benson, Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, and William J. Winslade), Law and human behavior (1988)
 

Link

False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Loren H. Roth, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), The Hastings Center report (1987)
 

Link

Informed consent in psychiatric research (with Loren H. Roth, Paul S. Appelbaum, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), Rutgers law review (1987)
 

Link

The therapeutic misconception: informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

Risk Assessment

Link

The Utility of Patients' Self-Perceptions of Violence Risk: Consider Asking the Person Who May Know Best (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Sarah M. Manchak, and Edward P. Mulvey), Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.) (2013)
 

Link

Restoring balance: a consensus statement on the protection of vulnerable research participants (with James M. DuBois, Laura Beskow, Jean Campbell, Karen Dugosh, David Festinger, Sarah Hartz, and Rosalina James), American journal of public health (2012)
 

Link

What do clinicians expect? Comparing envisioned and reported violence for male and female patients (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Edward P. Mulvey, Candice L. Odgers, Carol A. Schubert, Stephanie Stowman, and William P. Gardner), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (2005)
 

PDF

Identifying Psychiatric Patients at Risk for Repeated Involvement in Violence: The Next Step Toward Intensive Community Treatment Programs (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Edward P. Mulvey, William Gardner, and Carol Schubert), International Journal of Forensic Mental Health Services (2002)
 

Link

Clinical prediction of violence as a conditional judgment (with Edward P. Mulvey), Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology (1998)
 

Link

Clinical versus actuarial predictions of violence of patients with mental illnesses (with William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Esther C. Shaw), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (1996)
 

Link

Gender and the assessment of dangerousness in the psychiatric emergency room (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1994)
 

Link

Short-term clinical prediction of assaultive behavior: artifacts of research methods (with L. Joy Apperson and Edward P. Mulvey), The American journal of psychiatry (1993)
 

Link

The accuracy of predictions of violence to others (with Edward P. Mulvey and William Gardner), JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association (1993)
 

Link

Sources of disagreement among clinicians' assessments of dangerousness in a psychiatric emergency room (with Edward P. Mulvey, L. Joy Apperson, Karen Evanczuk, and Shawn Shea), International journal of law and psychiatry (1992)
 

Risk Factors

Link

Capturing the ebb and flow of psychiatric symptoms with dynamical systems models (with Candice L. Odgers, Edward P. Mulvey, Jennifer L. Skeem, William Gardner, and Carol Schubert), The American journal of psychiatry (2009)
 

Link

Weekly community interviews with high-risk participants: operational issues (with Carol A. Schubert, Edward P. Mulvey, William P. Gardner, and Jennifer L. Skeem), Journal of interpersonal violence (2005)
 

Link

Clinical versus actuarial predictions of violence of patients with mental illnesses (with William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Esther C. Shaw), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (1996)
 

Link

Characteristics of violence in the community by female patients seen in a psychiatric emergency service (with Christine E. Newhill and Edward P. Mulvey), Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.) (1995)
 

Link

Conditional prediction: a model for research on dangerousness to others in a new era (with Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

Link

Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

Link

Psychiatric admission of family violent versus nonfamily violent patients (with Edward W. Gondolf and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1991)
 

Substance-Related Disorders

Link

Substance use and community violence: a test of the relation at the daily level (with Edward P. Mulvey, Candice L. Odgers, Jennifer L. Skeem, William P. Gardner, and Carol A. Schubert), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (2006)
 

Link

Clinical prediction of violence as a conditional judgment (with Edward P. Mulvey), Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology (1998)
 

Link

Heroin, Deviance and Morality (with Andrew L. Walker), Center for Mental Health Services Research (1980)
 

Link

Heroin maintenance and heroin control, The International journal of the addictions (1975)
 

Therapeutic Misconception

Link

Therapeutic misconception in research subjects : Development and validation of a measure (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Milena D. Anatchkova, Karen Albert, and Laura B. Dunn), Clinical trials (London, England) (2012)
 

Link

The Therapeutic Misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics (2008)
 

PDF

Clinical trials and medical care: defining the therapeutic misconception (with Gail E. Henderson, Larry R. Churchill, Arlene M. Davis, Michele M. Easter, Christine Grady, Steven Joffe, Nancy Kass, Nancy M. P. King, Franklin G. Miller, Daniel K. Nelson, Jeffrey Peppercorn, Barbra Bluestone Rothschild, Pamela Sankar, Benjamin S. Wilfond, and Catherine R. Zimmer), PLoS medicine (2007)
 

Link

Re-evaluating the therapeutic misconception: response to Miller and Joffe (with Paul S. Appelbaum), Kennedy Institute of Ethics journal (2007)
 

Link

Willingness of subjects with thought disorder to participate in research (with Philip J. Candilis, Cynthia M. A. Geppert, Kenneth E. Fletcher, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Schizophrenia bulletin (2005)
 

Link

Therapeutic misconception in clinical research: frequency and risk factors (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Thomas Grisso), IRB: Ethics and Human Research (2004)
 

Link

Therapeutic misconception and the appreciation of risks in clinical trials (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Thomas Grisso, and Michelle Renaud), Social science and medicine (1982) (2004)
 

Link

The therapeutic misconception: problems and solutions (with Paul S. Appelbaum), Medical care (2002)
 

Link

False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Loren H. Roth, Paul Benson, and William J. Winslade), The Hastings Center report (1987)
 

Link

The therapeutic misconception: informed consent in psychiatric research (with Paul S. Appelbaum and Loren H. Roth), International journal of law and psychiatry (1982)
 

Violence

Link

The Utility of Patients' Self-Perceptions of Violence Risk: Consider Asking the Person Who May Know Best (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Sarah M. Manchak, and Edward P. Mulvey), Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.) (2013)
 

Link

Capturing the ebb and flow of psychiatric symptoms with dynamical systems models (with Candice L. Odgers, Edward P. Mulvey, Jennifer L. Skeem, William Gardner, and Carol Schubert), The American journal of psychiatry (2009)
 

Link

Violence and mental illness: a new analytic approach (with Steven M. Banks, Lorna J. Simon, Carol A. Schubert, and Edward P. Mulvey), Law and human behavior (2007)
 

Link

Psychiatric symptoms and community violence among high-risk patients: A test of the relationship at the weekly level (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Carol A. Schubert, Candice L. Odgers, Edward P. Mulvey, and William P. Gardner), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (2006)
 

Link

Substance use and community violence: a test of the relation at the daily level (with Edward P. Mulvey, Candice L. Odgers, Jennifer L. Skeem, William P. Gardner, and Carol A. Schubert), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (2006)
 

Link

What do clinicians expect? Comparing envisioned and reported violence for male and female patients (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Edward P. Mulvey, Candice L. Odgers, Carol A. Schubert, Stephanie Stowman, and William P. Gardner), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (2005)
 

Link

Weekly community interviews with high-risk participants: operational issues (with Carol A. Schubert, Edward P. Mulvey, William P. Gardner, and Jennifer L. Skeem), Journal of interpersonal violence (2005)
 

PDF

Violence and People with Mental Illness Served in the Public Mental Health System (with Thomas Grisso, Karen Albert, and Kim Smith), Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2004)
 

PDF

Identifying Psychiatric Patients at Risk for Repeated Involvement in Violence: The Next Step Toward Intensive Community Treatment Programs (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Edward P. Mulvey, William Gardner, and Carol Schubert), International Journal of Forensic Mental Health Services (2002)
 

Link

Clinical prediction of violence as a conditional judgment (with Edward P. Mulvey), Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology (1998)
 

Link

Clinical versus actuarial predictions of violence of patients with mental illnesses (with William Gardner, Edward P. Mulvey, and Esther C. Shaw), Journal of consulting and clinical psychology (1996)
 

Link

Characteristics of violence in the community by female patients seen in a psychiatric emergency service (with Christine E. Newhill and Edward P. Mulvey), Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.) (1995)
 

Link

Conditional prediction: a model for research on dangerousness to others in a new era (with Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1995)
 

Link

Gender and the assessment of dangerousness in the psychiatric emergency room (with Phyllis D. Coontz and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1994)
 

Link

Short-term clinical prediction of assaultive behavior: artifacts of research methods (with L. Joy Apperson and Edward P. Mulvey), The American journal of psychiatry (1993)
 

Link

The accuracy of predictions of violence to others (with Edward P. Mulvey and William Gardner), JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association (1993)
 

Link

Ethical and legal duties in conducting research on violence: lessons from the MacArthur Risk Assessment Study (with John Monahan, Paul S. Appelbaum, Edward P. Mulvey, and Pamela Clark Robbins), Violence and victims (1993)
 

Link

Sources of disagreement among clinicians' assessments of dangerousness in a psychiatric emergency room (with Edward P. Mulvey, L. Joy Apperson, Karen Evanczuk, and Shawn Shea), International journal of law and psychiatry (1992)
 

Link

Psychiatric admission of family violent versus nonfamily violent patients (with Edward W. Gondolf and Edward P. Mulvey), International journal of law and psychiatry (1991)
 

Link

Characteristics of perpetrators of family and nonfamily assaults (with Edward W. Gondolf and Edward P. Mulvey), Hospital and community psychiatry (1990)
 

Link

Do dangerousness-oriented commitment laws restrict hospitalization of patients who need treatment? A test (with Sandra Cleveland, Edward P. Mulvey, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Hospital and community psychiatry (1989)
 

*Informed Consent

Link

Context is everything: psychological data and consent to research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Hastings Center report (2014)
 

Link

Informed Consent: A Critical Part of Modern Medical Research, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (2011)
 

Translational Medical Research

Link

Informed Consent: A Critical Part of Modern Medical Research, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (2011)
 

Humans

Link

Context is everything: psychological data and consent to research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Hastings Center report (2014)
 

Link

Restoring balance: a consensus statement on the protection of vulnerable research participants (with James M. DuBois, Laura Beskow, Jean Campbell, Karen Dugosh, David Festinger, Sarah Hartz, and Rosalina James), American journal of public health (2012)
 

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Link

Informed Consent: A Critical Part of Modern Medical Research, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (2011)
 

Bioethical Issues

Link

Informed Consent: A Critical Part of Modern Medical Research, The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (2011)
 

Emergency Service, Hospital

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

*Mental Disorders

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

Guideline Adherence

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

*Committee Membership

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Multivariate Analysis

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

Tape Recording

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

Employment

PDF

Appealing Features of Vocational Supports for Latino & non-Latino Transition Age Youth & Young Adult Consumers (with Rosalie A. Torres Stone, Colleen E. McKay, William H. Fisher, Marsha Langer Ellison, and Lisa M. Smith), Psychiatry Information in Brief (2011)
 

Analgesics, Opioid

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

Human Experimentation

Link

Restoring balance: a consensus statement on the protection of vulnerable research participants (with James M. DuBois, Laura Beskow, Jean Campbell, Karen Dugosh, David Festinger, Sarah Hartz, and Rosalina James), American journal of public health (2012)
 

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

Female

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

United States

Link

Restoring balance: a consensus statement on the protection of vulnerable research participants (with James M. DuBois, Laura Beskow, Jean Campbell, Karen Dugosh, David Festinger, Sarah Hartz, and Rosalina James), American journal of public health (2012)
 

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Animal Care Committees

Male

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Adult

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Role

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

*Government Regulation

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

Legal Issues

PDF

Informed Consent and the Clinician-Client Relationship, Psychiatry Information in Brief (2012)
 

Multicultural

PDF

Appealing Features of Vocational Supports for Latino & non-Latino Transition Age Youth & Young Adult Consumers (with Rosalie A. Torres Stone, Colleen E. McKay, William H. Fisher, Marsha Langer Ellison, and Lisa M. Smith), Psychiatry Information in Brief (2011)
 

Healthcare Disparities

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

Federal Government

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

Transition Age Youth

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Treatment Retention Strategies in Transition Age Youth (with Maryann Davis, Lisa R. Fortuna, William H. Fisher, and Lisa Mistler), Psychiatry Information in Brief (2012)
 

PDF

Appealing Features of Vocational Supports for Latino & non-Latino Transition Age Youth & Young Adult Consumers (with Rosalie A. Torres Stone, Colleen E. McKay, William H. Fisher, Marsha Langer Ellison, and Lisa M. Smith), Psychiatry Information in Brief (2011)
 

Academic Medical Centers

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Physician's Practice Patterns

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

Ethics Committees, Research

Link

How closely do institutional review boards follow the common rule (with Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, Philip J. Candilis, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, and Lorna J. Simon), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2012)
 

Link

The silent majority: who speaks at IRB meetings (with Philip J. Candilis, Paul S. Appelbaum, Robert M. Arnold, William P. Gardner, Suzanne Myers, Albert J. Grudzinskas Jr., and Lorna J. Simon), IRB (2012)
 

Pain

Link

Disparities in opioid prescribing for patients with psychiatric diagnoses presenting with pain to the emergency department (with Lorna J. Simon, Aurelia N. Bizamcer, Susan Stefan, and Mark J. Pletcher), Emergency medicine journal : EMJ (2012)
 

*Ethics Committees

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

*Consumer Participation

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Middle Aged

Link

The participation of community members on medical institutional review boards (with Lorna J. Simon, Antonia Seligowski, Suzanne Myers, William P. Gardner, Philip J. Candilis, Robert M. Arnold, and Paul S. Appelbaum), Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE (2012)
 

Psychiatry

Link

Competing commitments in psychiatric research: an examination of psychiatric researchers' perspectives (with Ryan E. Lawrence, Karen Albert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), International journal of law and psychiatry (2012)
 

*Vulnerable Populations

Link

Restoring balance: a consensus statement on the protection of vulnerable research participants (with James M. DuBois, Laura Beskow, Jean Campbell, Karen Dugosh, David Festinger, Sarah Hartz, and Rosalina James), American journal of public health (2012)
 

Biomedical Research

Link

Competing commitments in psychiatric research: an examination of psychiatric researchers' perspectives (with Ryan E. Lawrence, Karen Albert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), International journal of law and psychiatry (2012)
 

Diagnostic Self Evaluation

Link

The Utility of Patients' Self-Perceptions of Violence Risk: Consider Asking the Person Who May Know Best (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Sarah M. Manchak, and Edward P. Mulvey), Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.) (2013)
 

Self-Assessment

Research

Link

Competing commitments in psychiatric research: an examination of psychiatric researchers' perspectives (with Ryan E. Lawrence, Karen Albert, and Paul S. Appelbaum), International journal of law and psychiatry (2012)
 

*Attitude

Self Concept

Link

The Utility of Patients' Self-Perceptions of Violence Risk: Consider Asking the Person Who May Know Best (with Jennifer L. Skeem, Sarah M. Manchak, and Edward P. Mulvey), Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.) (2013)
 

Animal Welfare

Government Regulation

Link

Restoring balance: a consensus statement on the protection of vulnerable research participants (with James M. DuBois, Laura Beskow, Jean Campbell, Karen Dugosh, David Festinger, Sarah Hartz, and Rosalina James), American journal of public health (2012)
 

Questionnaires

*Animal Care Committees

Committee Membership

Animals

*Therapeutic Misconception

Link

Context is everything: psychological data and consent to research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Hastings Center report (2014)
 

*Decision Making

Link

Context is everything: psychological data and consent to research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Hastings Center report (2014)
 

*Theory of Mind

Link

Context is everything: psychological data and consent to research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Hastings Center report (2014)
 

*Clinical Trials as Topic

Link

Context is everything: psychological data and consent to research (with Paul S. Appelbaum), The Hastings Center report (2014)
 

No subject area

Link

What the ANPRM missed: additional needs for IRB reform (with Suzanne Garverich), The Journal of law, medicine and ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics (2013)
 

PDF

Estimating Frequencies from Multiple Source Data (with Elizabeth A. Aaker and Lorna J. Simon), Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2007)
 

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Maximizing the Results of Internet Surveys (with Jill Rosenbaum), Psychiatry Issue Briefs (2007)