Perspective-taking, and Examining the Clinical Trial Informed Consent Process
This study aims to examine perspective-taking and emotional states. The study also aims to
examine information processing in the context of clinical trial consent forms, perceptions
of risk of study side effects, hypothetical intentions to enroll, and satisfaction with the
consent review process. Adult human subjects will be randomly assigned to watch a movie and
take the main character's. Participants will also be asked to read a consent form for a
clinical trial. Finally, they will be asked a series of questions about the consent form. I
have also attached changes to the lay summary, which I had previously submitted, just to
make sure that you have them.
Time Perspective: Prospective
Assess knowledge of side effects to participate in a clinical trial
Rebecca A Ferrer, Ph.D.
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
United States: Federal Government
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