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How Consent Requirements May Shape Teen Mental Health Research

With comments from our Yoram Unguru. Requiring teens to get permission from their parents to participate in studies about behavioral health may make it harder to understand adolescent psychology – especially when drugs and alcohol are involved – a U.S. study suggests

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