Data from: Reducing therapeutic misconception: a randomized intervention trial in hypothetical clinical trials

Christopher PP, Appelbaum PS, Truong D, Albert K, Maranda L, Lidz C

Date Published: September 22, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.60v8b

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Title TherapeuticMisconceptionStudy FINAL 2014-2016
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Description Therapeutic Misconception (TM) is recognized as a major limitation on valid consent to clinical trials.TM occurs when a research subject fails to grasp the distinction between the imperatives of clinical trials and of ordinary treatment and inaccurately attributes therapeutic intent to research procedures. We conducted a simulated clinical trial on a new method for reducing TM involving two groups. The control group receives a narrated slide show that mimics an ordinary consent process. The experimental group receives the same slide show, but it is preceded by a detailed explanation of the design of clinical trials. The following data file, in SPSS format, was used in our analyses for the project.
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Description Therapeutic Misconception (TM) is recognized as a major limitation on valid consent to clinical trials.TM occurs when a research subject fails to grasp the distinction between the imperatives of clinical trials and of ordinary treatment and inaccurately attributes therapeutic intent to research procedures. We conducted a simulated clinical trial on a new method for reducing TM involving two groups. The control group receives a narrated slide show that mimics an ordinary consent process. The experimental group receives the same slide show, but it is preceded by a detailed explanation of the design of clinical trials. The following data file, in Excel format, was used in our analyses for the project.
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Christopher PP, Appelbaum PS, Truong D, Albert K, Maranda L, Lidz C (2017) Reducing therapeutic misconception: A randomized intervention trial in hypothetical clinical trials. PLOS ONE 12(9): e0184224. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0184224

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Christopher PP, Appelbaum PS, Truong D, Albert K, Maranda L, Lidz C (2017) Data from: Reducing therapeutic misconception: a randomized intervention trial in hypothetical clinical trials. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.60v8b
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