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Hello! I am a 2nd year PhD student, and would really like your help with my research! I am interested in father-child attachment, and my research is examining how the relationship with a father figure may impact on how individuals regulate (control) their emotions, coping with difficult/stressful situations and also how their relationships may be affected.
I would be so grateful if you could take 15-20 minutes to complete my anonymous survey to help research in this understudied area. It may feel like it is never ending, but please stick with it, your responses are very much valued!

https://cumbria.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/...ulation-coping
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Hi!
Just completed the survey, good luck with your research!
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Done. Yeah it does go on a little, but it's an interesting topic. Hope you find some good things in your research, take care
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Thank you so much guys! Really appreciate the help!
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