Research Ethics

URGENT CALL FOR RESEARCHERS!

We have hundreds of available participants with signed release forms. Please email or write to one of the Co-Directors for further information.

We are grateful to the ethical professionals who contact us for research participants to produce legitimate studies on Selective Mutism. As a result, this foundation has participated, since 1995, in several legitimately published studies that are approved by, and appear in, distinct scientific journals, based on conforming to precise principles.

We continue to focus on collaborating with licensed professionals in the areas of psychiatry, psychology, pediatrics, etc. Our goals are to promote unbiased scientific studies, and to expand the knowledge of Selective Mutism through various respective journals so that a variety of treating professionals are reached.

Through our work with researchers, we continue to effect future diagnostic criteria for the DSM sourcebook. (Please see our brochure, under: What is the Diagnostic and statistical Manual of Mental Disorders? – DSM).

ONLY legitimately published studies can be utilized to affect the diagnostic criteria for the DSM sourcebook.

PUBLISHED RESEARCH IS THE KEY TO FINDING A CURE!

Email: Sue Newman sue@selectivemutismfoundation.org

Email: Carolyn Miller carolyn@selectivemutismfoundation.org