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FIGURE 42–2. Elements of informed consent.Source. Reprinted from Roberts LW, Dyer AR: Concise Guide to Ethics in Mental Health Care. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2004, p. 52. Used with permission.

FIGURE 42–3. The "sliding scale" of consent standards.Source. Reprinted from Roberts LW, Dyer AR: Concise Guide to Ethics in Mental Health Care. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2004, p. 61. Used with permission.

FIGURE 42–4. Conceptual model of voluntarism: four domains of potential influences.Source. Adapted from Roberts LW: "Informed Consent and the Capacity for Voluntarism." American Journal of Psychiatry 159:705–712, 2002b. Used with permission.

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