Abcd Agreement

The materials published on this site are subject to ABCD`s copyright, unless otherwise stated. This material is protected by U.S. and international copyright laws and treaties. All rights reserved. Users of this website may not reproduce, redistorate or disseminate the documents found on the website without the prior written consent of the copyright owner. To obtain permission to reuse or republicate copyrighted material, please contact us at info@bostonabcd.org. Why we have “deals” vs. Use “norms”: We deliberately use the term “agreements” because “norms” make assumptions about what we deem appropriate and inappropriate, and then think about who you normally use? At HarvardWIT+, we want to make these decisions as a community and ensure that it is a living document that actively involves your feedback. Die ABCD-Studie wird vom National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), dem National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), dem National Cancer Institute, dem Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, dem National Institute of Mental Health, dem National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, dem National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, dem National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, dem NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, dem NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health und der Division of Adolescent and School Health an den Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) unterstützt, mit zusätzlichen Partnerschaften mit dem National Institute of Justice, die CDC Division of Violence Prevention, Die National Science Foundation und das National Endowment for the Arts. Informationen zu allen Studienstandorten finden Sie unter abcdstudy.org/study-sites/. If you have any other suggestions to add to our community agreements, please email us at harvardwit@abcd.harvard.edu. Please feel free to use and/or share, we simply ask you to credit WIT+ and link it to this website. Researchers interested in this data can visit the NIMH data archive.

As the results are published in different journals, both by abcd researchers and other scientists, the study coordinators will continue to publish information on the study website under abcdstudy.org/scientists-publications.html. The ABCD`s jurisdiction to investigate alleged violations relates to the actuarial practice of the members of the five U.S.-based organizations in each country. Under an agreement between the five U.S.-based organizations and the Canada Institute of Actuaries (CIA), the CIA is mandated to study the actuarial practice of members of participating organizations in Canada; Similarly, the actuarial practice of CIA members in the United States can be studied by the ABCD. These community agreements animate HarvardWIT+ events and discussions, and we ask all participants to consider these agreements when participating in our events. There are many health topics of interest to researchers, policy makers, educators, parents and participants themselves, which scientists can now study on the basis of baseline assessment data. This data can then be tracked and used over time to make predictions as young people develop and are marked by their life experiences. Scientists can study brain characteristics associated with an impulsive effect or previous psychopathology; the effects of health behaviour (e.g.B. sleep, physical activity) on cognitive and brain development; or features related to media use, including exposure to screen time….