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Assent for children’s participation in research: Why it matters and making it meaningful.

Oulton, K., Gibson, F., Sell, D., Williams, A., Pratt, L., & Wray, J. (2016). Assent for children’s participation in research: Why it matters and making it meaningful. Child: Care, Health and Development, 42(4), pp. 588-597.

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The family context of assent: Comparison of child and parent perspectives on familial decision-making.

Sibley, A., Fitzpatrick, R., Davis, E., Sheehan, M., & Pollard, A. J. (2017). The family context of assent: Comparison of child and parent perspectives on familial decision-making. Children & Society, Published on-line ahead of print.

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Drawing the line at age 14: Why adolescents should be able to consent to participation in research.

Schwartz, R. (2017). Drawing the line at age 14: Why adolescents should be able to consent to participation in research. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 45(3), pp. 295-306.

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Who wants to participate in routine outcome monitoring? Differences between youth in secured residential care who consent or refuse the use of their clinical data for research and policy making.

Nijhof, K. S., van Domburgh, L., Strijbosch, E., Labun, A., Delsing, M., Scholte, R. H. J., & Vermaes, I. P. R. (2017). Who wants to participate in routine outcome monitoring? Differences between youth in secured residential care who consent or refuse the use of their clinical data for research and policy making. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, 34(3-4), pp. 244-265.

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(Co)-Researching with children.

Fleet, A., & Harcourt, D. (2018). (Co)-Researching with children. In M. Fleer & B. van Oers (Eds.), International Handbook of Early Childhood Education (pp. 165-201). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. ISBN: 978-94-024-0925-3

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“Telling” and assent: Parents’ attitudes towards children’s participation in a birth cohort study.

Ri, I., Suda, E., Yamagata, Z., Nitta, H., & Muto, K. (2017). “Telling” and assent: Parents’ attitudes towards children’s participation in a birth cohort study. Health Expectations, Published on-line ahead of print.

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More on altruism, moral behavior, and assent by children for research.

Shader, R. (2017). More on Altruism, Moral Behavior, and Assent by Children for Research. Clinical Therapeutics, 39(10), pp. 1907-1910.

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Accessing young people who self-harm as research participants.

Cleaver, K. (2017). Accessing young people who self-harm as research participants. Sage Research Methods Cases. Retrieved from http://methods.sagepub.com/case/accessing-young-people-who-self-harm-as-research-participants.
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Undertaking research with children and young people.

Twycross, A., & Smith, J. (2017). Undertaking research with children and young people. Evidence Based Nursing, 20(2), pp. 40-41.
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Defining the boundaries of a right to adequate protection: A new lens on pediatric research ethics.

DeGrazia, D., Groman, M., & Lee, L. M. (2017). Defining the boundaries of a right to adequate protection: A new lens on pediatric research ethics. The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy: A Forum for Bioethics and Philosophy of Medicine, 42(2), pp. 132-153.
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