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Collecting real-time data from substance users raises unique legal and ethical issues: reply to Kuntsche & Labhart.
Addiction (2014)
  • Carla Meurk, The University of Queensland
  • Wayne Hall, The University of Queensland
  • Adrian Carter, The University of Queensland
  • Helen Chenery, The University of Queensland
Abstract
Comment on The future is now--using personal cellphones to gather data on substance use and related factors.
Keywords
  • Ecological momentary assessment,
  • human ethics,
  • m-health,
  • recall bias,
  • smartphones,
  • surveydevelopment.
Publication Date
July 21, 2014
Publisher Statement
© Copyright, Society for the Study of Addiction, 2014
Citation Information
Carla Meurk, Wayne Hall, Adrian Carter and Helen Chenery. "Collecting real-time data from substance users raises unique legal and ethical issues: reply to Kuntsche & Labhart." Addiction Vol. 109 Iss. 10 (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/helen_chenery/2/