Conducting Randomised Controlled Trials: Finding Better Ways to Explain Research to People With Anti-Social Personality Disorder Who Have Low Literacy Levels
Davidson, Kate M
Espie, Carolyn J
Criminal behaviour and mental health : CBMH 2011 Oct; 21(4): 265-78
The involvement of people with anti-social personality disorder (ASPD) in clinical trials is necessary to developing effective treatment. Low literacy level, however, may be a barrier to their understanding and therefore their engagement in research.
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