According to subpart d, research with children may be eligible for exemption under category 2 when:
A: The children will be asked to complete a survey.
B: The research with children will involve participant observation with researcher interaction.
C: The research involves the use of educational tests.
D: The researcher will interview the children.
Option C: The research involves the use of educational tests.
Subpart D is a part of regulations created by the government in order to protect children from research’s related activities.
For most researchers, only consenting adults are allowed as a part of test subjects. But, according to subpart D, children can be used if the research involves educational tests because they have very low risk, and it might benefit the children in the long run.