Coping processes, sexual risk taking and self-harm
I'm conducting a research thesis on the effects of childhood/adulthood traumatic events on an individual's sexual risk taking and self harm behaviours, looking specifically at how this link is influenced by coping processes. I'm hoping to recruit males and females over the age of 18 who have no history of psychiatric disorder and who do not take psychiatric medication.
The survey is completely anonymous, can be done online at the participant's own convenience, and only takes 20 minutes to complete. The survey can be found on the following link:
Women's Health Experiences Survey
Personality and memory for emotional stimuli
Joanne Bower, David Angell, Craig Steel, University of Reading
We are recruiting for anyone aged 16 or over to complete our online study investigating how personality affects memory recall of emotional stimuli. You will be required to answer some questions about yourself, watch a short video, then answer some more questions about the video and your responses to it. The study takes approximately 20-25 minutes to complete.
Link to Study:
A Study of Different Thinking Styles
Sarah Shihata, Curtin University, Australia Study
As part of my Honours research, I am seeking participants aged 18 years and over to complete an online questionnaire relating to different styles of thinking and their impact on worry. The survey will take only 15 minutes to complete. Thank you for your interest in this research.
Parenting Stress and Parenting Behavior in Families with a Child Diagnosed with ADHD: The Moderating Effect of Family Resilience
JaLeah Holman, Fielding Graduate University
Are you the biological parent of a child between the ages of 6 and 12 that has been diagnosed with ADHD by a physician or psychologist? If you answered YES to this question, you are likely eligible to participate in a research study.