Informed Consent for Participation in a Research

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Informed Consent for Participation in a Research Study Informed Consent for Participation in a Research Introduction: Title of Research Study: Effects of Mindset on Success in School Investigator: Rachel Dennen, Psychology at the George Washington University Investigator Contact Information: P: 616-914-2137 email: [email protected] You are invited to take part in a research study because you are a student at the George Washington University. Please read this form and ask us any questions that will help you decide if you want to be in the study. Taking part is completely voluntary and even if you decide you want to, you can quit at any time. Your academic standing will not be affected in any way should you choose not to take part or to withdraw at any time. You are 1 of 100 people taking part in this study at The George Washington University. Your decision to take part or not will not affect the services or benefits provided to you by The George Washington University. I
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  • Fall '16
  • Marguerite Barratt
  • Developmental Psychology, Informed consent, George Washington University, The George Washington University

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