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Ethical issues Related to Translating Research in Learning Disabilities into Practice

Lenz, B.K., & Deshler, D.D. (1993). Ethical issues related to translating research in learning disabilities into practice. In S. Vaughn & C.S. Bos (Eds.), Research issues in learning disabilities: Theory, methodology, assessment, and ethics (pp. 329-347). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Topic: Research and Practice Issues
Subcategory: Think Piece
Summary: In this book chapter, factors that promote the translation of research to practice in an ethically responsible manner are discussed, including standards, a participating research model, an interactive system of model development, and a recognition of ethical responsibilities across various research roles.

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