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What is informed consent, and what does it cover? Can you think of a time when
this procedure might negatively impact the quality of assessment results you
would receive from the client? Is it always important to tell a client what you
are measuring and why? How can this be done so that it does not compromise the
integrity of the assessment? Similarly, clients have a right to an explanation
of their results. What about situations where the results may have a negative
impact on the client? How should this be handled without violating the client's

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