Searchable Title

Perceived Research Burden Assessment (PeRBA). (appears in: New Measure of Research Participant Burden: Brief Report). Copyright: Sage Publications.

Reference Type

Journal Article

Authors, Section

Lingler, J. H.; Schmidt, K. L.; Gentry, A. L.; Hu, L.; Terhorst, L. A.

Title, Section

Perceived Research Burden Assessment (PeRBA). (appears in: New Measure of Research Participant Burden: Brief Report). Copyright: Sage Publications.

Publication Year

2014

Journal Title

Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics: JERHRE

Volume

9

Issue

4

Pages

46-9

Availability

online

PMID

PMID: 26125079

DOI

10.1177/1556264614545037

Abstract

Full text in appendix 2 of supplementary material. Effective conceptualizations of research burden should address indirect burdens related to research duration, intensity, and invasiveness. Introducing the concept of perceived research burden, we developed, tested, and validated a new instrument, the Perceived Research Burden Assessment (PeRBA). Initial psychometric evaluation of PeRBA reveals good internal consistency, evidence of face validity, and acceptable convergent and discriminant validity.

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