University of Idaho Human Subjects Review Summary Form
University procedures require Human Assurances Committee (HAC) review and approval of projects involving humans. The exempt categories and exceptions are described on the previous page. If a project is exempt, a completed copy of the first 3 pages of this Human Subject Review Summary Form is to be submitted to the HAC for filing and an acknowledgement is returned to the investigator prior to the initiation of the research. If the project is not exempt, 3 copies of this entire form must be filed with the HAC at the UI WWAMI Office.
Principal Investigator __Kristen Brady _________ Academic Title _Student__ ________________
Department/Division ______Psychology - 218 PROJECT_______ Campus Zip Code __83843_____Phone_(208) 885-6927_
Project Title____ Gender Appropriateness of Symptom Criteria for Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder,Oppositional-Defiant Disorder, and ConductDisorder ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
Anticipated Start Date ______June 9, 2005_____________ Anticipated End Date ________July 22, 2005
Faculty Sponsor (if principal investigator is a student) ______Tammy Bowen-Baldwin, M.S._____________________________
Is the project seeking funds? YES ____ NO _X__
Granting Agency: _______________________________________________________________________
Grant Title: ____________________________________________________________________________
Principal Investigator on Grant: ____________________________________________________________
In continuation, date of previous approval: ___________________________________________________
I. The type of exemption applicable to the project: 1 2 3 4 5 6 NONE
A. Briefly describe the purpose of the research:
We examined the gender appropriateness of the DSM-IV symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), and conduct disorder.
Describe the procedures: (what will the subjects do?) .
This study was approved by our university's ethics committee. Interested mothers were mailed the questionnaire along with a stamped envelope for return. Mothers were contacted 1 week later to ensure receipt of the questionnaire and to encourage its return. Questionnaires were returned by 70.20% of mothers. Participants were offered a copy of the study results.
B. Circle the...