Clinical Psychology (Mental Health)

Scale Validation Survey II

Stephanie Price and Dr. Heike Mahler - California State University San Marcos, USA.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
May
2
2017

A questionnaire is being developed for people with various psychiatric diagnoses. This study aims to examine if this questionnaire is measuring the phenomenon of interest.

You must have a formal psychiatric diagnosis, be fluent in English, and be at least 18 years of age to participate.

The Effect of Television on Mental Health Perceptions

Shivalee Jagatia - University of Northampton, UK.

Time to complete - 5 minutes.
Apr
26
2017

Study based on the effects of television on mental health perceptions

Impressions of an Online Self-help Website

James Day - Bournemouth University, UK.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Apr
26
2017

You are invited to take part in an online survey exploring the impact of visual design on people’s first impressions of health websites.

The Interaction Between Personality and Exercise in Predicting Perceived Stress

Rena Courtney, Patrick Brice and Bruce Friedman - Gallaudet University, USA.

Time to complete - 60 minutes.
Apr
8
2017

This study examines the connection between personality, exercise and stress. It is hoped that this study can be used to further our understanding of how exercise and personality factors interact to predict stress.

The Relationship Between Boredom and Relapse in Substance Use Disorder Recovery

Natasha Smolkin - The Wright Institute, USA.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Mar
24
2017

Although it is frequently identified as a trigger, boredom’s relationship with relapse during addiction recovery is poorly understood. This quantitative study aims to identify correlations between levels of boredom propensity and frequency and severity of relapse. Findings could underscore the need for boredom assessment and treatment during SUD recovery.

Assessing the Effect of Childhood Bullying on Adult Thinking

Matthew Worth - University of Liverpool, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Mar
2
2017

This study will investigate the impact of childhood bullying on thinking and psychosis susceptibility in adults. If you are between 30 and 60, are a US citizen or permanent resident, and attended Elementary/High School in the US I would very much appreciate your participation.

Investigating the Psychological Factors Associated with Weight Gain and Obesity

Esme Banting - University of Oxford, UK.

Time to complete - 25 minutes.
Jan
25
2017

Are you overweight or obese? Are you over the age of 18? If so, please tell us about your psychological experiences! We hope that learning about people’s experiences will help us find new ways to support people to manage their weight in the future.

A Theoretical and Exploratory Analysis of Relational Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Patrick Eid - Bond University, Australia.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jan
8
2017

The study aims to investigate the association between the novel research area of relational obsessive compulsive disorder and other psychological constructs.

The Effect of the Acculturation Process on Self-harm

Solin Hamawandy - University of Nottingham, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Dec
20
2016

Short online questionnaire about acculturation, family conflict and self-harm.

Anyone living in the UK is eligible to participate.

Managing Tobacco Cravings

Evangelos Stephanopoulos, Mark Gresswell, Aidan Hart and Dave Dawson - University of Lincoln, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Dec
9
2016

This study examines the effectiveness of two contemporary psychological techniques for the management of tobacco cravings.

Participants need be: -current smokers -fluent in English -over 18-years-old -not currently using any smoking cessation treatments (e.g. nicotine patches)

The Impact of Two Mindfulness Meditations on Mental Wellbeing

Charlotte Snape and Anna Pinto - Royal Holloway, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Nov
16
2016

The current study is interested in exploring the effects of two types of mindfulness meditation on mental wellbeing. The study involves completing a number of questionnaires about thoughts and feelings before and after a two-week period in which you will be asked to do daily 10-minute mindfulness practice.

Men’s Survey

Robert O'Flaherty - Coventry University UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Nov
13
2016

We are looking for British men aged 18-65 to take part in a study on men’s views of healthcare.

Attitudes Towards Sexual Intrusive Thoughts about Children

Terri Porter - University of Surrey, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Oct
27
2016

I am currently researching the attitudes of the general population towards people who have sexual intrusive thoughts about children.

Shame Memories, Identity and Well-Being

Gemma McDonnell - University of East London, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Aug
26
2016

Do shaming experiences in childhood shape the adult? This study aims to explore the impact of shame memories on self-identity and well-being. You need to be aged 18-65 to take part.

Eating Behaviours and Reactions to Social Situations

Tara De Paoli - The University of Melbourne, Australia.

Time to complete - 1 hr 15 mins.
Jul
6
2016

You will be asked a number of questions about your eating habits, emotions, social situations, and relationships with others. You will also be shown a number of faces and asked to identify which emotion is being displayed.

How does Imagery Make you Feel?

Alex Wilson, Dr Stella Chan, and Prof Matthias Schwannauer - The University of Edinburgh, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jun
27
2016

Interested in mental imagery? This online survey includes a couple of fun, interactive imagery tasks, and a few questions about your thoughts and feelings. We hope you’ll find completing the tasks as enjoyable and thought-provoking as we do!

Emotions and Sharing Negative Thoughts

Kaighley Wells-Britton and Dr Laura Simonds - University of Surrey, UK.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Jun
10
2016

Intrusions are thoughts, images or urges that enter your mind suddenly. I am focusing particularly on negative intrusions (e.g. an image of doing something bad to someone else). I want to find out how people feel about negative intrusions and whether this influences whether they would tell others about them.

The Relationship between Mood and Nutrition in Adolescents

Sundus Khalid - University of Reading, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jun
1
2016

First part of a three part study looking into the relationship between food and mood in adolescents (16-18 year olds). This questionnaire involves questions on mood, feelings and physical activity.

Exploring Factors in the Development of Disordered Eating

Alyx Hamilton-Smith and Hanna Eilers - The University of Edinburgh, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Jun
1
2016

This study investigates moderating factors in the development of disordered eating behaviours. It aims to examine the interaction between several variables (e.g. perfectionism, risk and protective factors, attachment, childhood trauma), and the extent to which these in turn play a role in the development of disordered eating.

Self-Harm, Mindfulness and Emotion Management

Hilary Norman - Middlesex University, UK.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Jun
1
2016

This study explores why some people self-harm, and how this relates to the way we experience and manage emotions. It will compare rates of rumination, mindfulness and alexithymia (the ability to identify and describe one’s emotions) in people with a history of self-harm with those who have never self-harmed.

The survey is open to all adults, with or without a history of self-harm.

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