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- Tags: as well as an understanding of the research processes needed to protect adolescents. Adolescents need to be active participants in the decision-making process (e.g.
Tags: & Hall, 2001)., 2001). Consent processes are standardized, 2005, Adolescent Adolescent Behavior/physiology/psychologyAdolescent Development/physiologyAdolescent Psychology Adult Child Child Advocacy Cognition/physiology Decision Making Health Knowledge, adolescents often are conceptualized as children. Adolescents represent a vulnerable study population. To effectively and ethically involve adolescents in research, and federal regulations have been established to protect both adults and children. As a research population, and psychosocial developmental factors, and they must bear in mind that the voluntary and informed consent principles may be easily and inadvertently violated (Nelson & Rushton, as well as an understanding of the research processes needed to protect adolescents. Adolescents need to be active participants in the decision-making process (e.g., assent/consent, Attitudes, Backlog, cognitive, etc.). Researchers must be aware of and accountable for the power they hold in influencing adolescents' decisions to participate in research, Extramural Research Support, however, Journal Article, Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, knowledge of the risks and benefits, N.I.H., P.H.S. Vulnerable Populations/psychology%X The research establishment often has a "one size fits all" mentality with regard to the research process (Broome, PedPal Lit, PracticeHuman Experimentation Humans Informed Consent/psychology Mental Competency/psychology Minors/education/psychology Nurse's Role Parental Consent Power (Psychology) Research Subjects/psychology Research Support, researchers must understand and integrate knowledge of the variability in physical, Richards, Turner-Henson A, U.S. Gov't