Adjustment Following Challenging Events
Georgina Harwood, Jennifer Munday, Julian Birch and Emily MacGregor. - University of Sussex, UK.
We are conducting research into adjustment following challenging life events. To be eligible you must be over 18 and experienced/witnessed a stressful life event in the past 3 years. The research involves an on-line questionnaire that will take around 30 minutes to complete
An Investigation of the Relationship between Autistic Traits and Social Anxiey
Dr David Crewther and Shona Simpson - Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
This study investigates the relationship between autistic traits and social anxiety. You do not need to have an Autism Spectrum Disorder or social anxiety to participate. Participants should be over 18.
Development of a Questionnaire to Assess Morphing
Eva Zysk and Prof. Roz Shafran - University of Reading
This 10 minute anonymous online study’s aim is to develop a questionnaire which assesses for morphing, or fears or transformation. Anyone over 18 is eligible.
Relationships between Past Trauma, Coping, Growth and Post-Traumatic-Stress Symptoms Following the Break-up of a Dating Relationship
Bhaveena Chauhan and Prof. Man Chung - University of Plymouth
This study is examining how growth, coping, and past negative experiences may influence the amount of stress experienced following the break-up of a dating relationship.
Understanding the Emergence of PTSD
Aidan Christian and April Bradley - University of North Dakota, USA
20-minute survey to examine the factors that lead some people to develop PTSD after a traumatic experience, while others do not.
Video Game Play as Nightmare Protection for PTSD Treatment in Current or Former Military Personnel
Dr. Jayne Gackenbach - Grant MacEwan University and Athabasca University
Investigating a possible link between video game play and the occurrence of lucid dreaming as treatment for PTSD.
The Role of Protective Factors in Determining Positive and Negative Outcomes
Nisha Sroa and James Houston - Nottingham Trent University
This study looks at how protective factors determine whether you percieve things positively or negatively.
Attentional Control as a Moderator of Self-harming Behaviour in Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder
Dr Craig Steel, Jennifer Drabble and Dr David Bowles - Sheffield Hallam University
This study is looking at the relationships between personality, attention, and self-harm. Please note the sensitive topics under discussion and stay safe.
Changes in Thoughts and Beliefs During the Menstrual Cycle
Rosalind Hall and Dr Georgina Rowse - University of Sheffield
This study is investigating the way that thoughts and beliefs change during the menstrual cycle. We need women aged 18-45 to complete a weekly ten minute questionnaire for four weeks.
Personality and Reactions to Stressful Events
Dr Craig Steel and Vanessa Jones - University of Reading
This study examines the relationship between schizotypy and reactions to stressful events. Participants will complete online questionnaires over six months, including questions on personality and events experienced in the month.
The relationship between the Recall of Memories for Successes and Failure and the Planning of Current and Future Goals
Robert Dempsey - University of Manchester
This study is investigating how the recall of autobiographical memories for past successes and failures is associated with the planning and pursuit of personal goals.
Online Study Exploring the Association between Problem Solving Skills and Feelings of Defeat and Entrapment
Robert Dempsey - University of Manchester
This study is investigating how the ability to resolve problems may be associated with the intensity of feeling defeated and entrapped by current circumstances. (Participants should be 18 or over).
Positive and Negative Spontaneous Memories
Antje Hofmann, Jill Newby and Associate Professor Michelle Moulds - University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney/Australia
This study investigates the relationship between autobiographical memories, thought processes and emotions. We hope to learn how memories and beliefs about memories affect the way people think and feel.
An Analogue Investigation of Cognitive-behavioural Models of Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Mr Serafino Mancuso and Prof Michael Kyrios - Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne Australia
This study investigates how appearance concerns are maintained through factors such situational triggers, coping strategies, and mood. You can still participate even if you do not experience appearance concerns.
An Exploration of Client Experiences of Same Sex Couple Counselling
Jan Grove - University of Leicester
This study seeks English speaking clients who have had same sex couple counselling /therapy to complete a brief online survey. The research aims to enhance therapeutic support for same sex couples.
Investigation of the Relationship between Past Traumas and Perception of Pain: The Roles of Emotional Processing and Altered Self-capacity
Selina Horsham (Trainee clinical psychologist) and Professor Man Cheung University - University of Plymouth
The study aims to investigate the link between past traumas and people’s perception of pain and examine whether the processing of emotion and altered self-capacity mediate this relationship.
Remembering Your Mother
Sarah Pouliot, M.A., TLLP - University of Detroit Mercy, USA
This is an online survey regarding prosody and object relations. Specifically, my dissertation project seeks to explore the functionality of the voice in the context of object representations and intrapsychic development, expanding current psychodynamic thought.
Thinking Style in Illness
Heather Soo, Dr. Kerry Sherman and Dr. Maria Kangas - Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
This project is part of a research program that examines the role of ruminative thinking in psychological and behavioural outcomes in illness. This stage of the project involves testing the newly-developed Multidimensional Rumination in Illness Scale (MRIS).
Mood Memos – Emails to Improve Your Mood
Amy Morgan, Prof Tony Jorm and Prof Andrew Mackinnon - University of Melbourne, Australia
The study aims to help improve mild depression symptoms and prevent major depression. It is testing the helpfulness of regular emails containing information and advice about depression. Participants must be 18 or older and not be in treatment for depression
The Role of Object Relations and Attachment in the Capacity to Be Alone
Jonathan J. Detrixhe, M.A. - Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY, USA
The purpose of the research is to study the connection attitudes toward solitude and mental health. Participants must be 18 years or older to participate in this study. you will be asked to respond to multiple-choice questionnaires and answer fill-in-the-blank questions about your self, family, and significant others