Table of contents for Ethics in mental health research : principles, guidance, and cases / James M. DuBois.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Why Focus on Mental Health Research?
1.	Ethics and Regulatory Compliance: Competing or Complementary Approaches?
2.	An Ethical Framework for Research
3.	Solving Ethical Problems: Analyzing Ethics Cases and Justifying Decisions
 Case Study: Willowbrook Revisited
 
4. Informed Consent
Case Study: Withholding information on study purpose with mothers at risk of abusing children
5.	Decision-Making Capacity and the Involvement of Surrogates
 Case Study: Participation in a schizophrenia drug trial motivated by an unusual belief
 
Case Study: Waiving parental permission for qualitative research on high-risk sex practices among teens who use heroine 
6.	Thinking about Harms and Benefits
 Case Study: A study of suicidality with at-risk teens
 
7.	Justice in Recruitment and Research
 Case Study: Reimbursing participants for their time in a psychotherapy trial
 Case Study: Biological studies of aggressive behavior in preteens
8.	Research Questions and Study Design
 
 Case Study: Placebo controlled trials involving participants with depression
9.	Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality
Case Study: Whether to report sex with a minor when a certificate of confidentiality has been issued
10.	Identifying and Managing Conflicts of Interest
 Case Study: Multiple illustrative vignettes
 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychiatry -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.
Psychiatry -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States -- Case studies.
Psychiatry -- Research -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Ethics, Research -- United States.
Mental Disorders -- United States.
Case Reports -- United States.
Research -- legislation & jurisprudence -- United States.
Research Design -- United States.