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Rebecca UoB
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Hi there, I'm a Clinical Psychologist in Training at the University of Bath and I would like to invite you to take part in my research into mental health relapse.

We are looking for UK residents aged 18+ who either consider themselves in recovery from psychosis or anxiety, or who have never experienced a mental health problem. The study involves completing anonymous questionnaires online and takes 30-40 minutes. In recognition of your contribution we will make a £2 donation on your behalf to your choice of a selection of mental health charities.

For more information and to take part please go to: https://tinyurl.com/yamjvz6h

Any help or shares would be very much appreciated. Thank you!!
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Miral E
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Hi,

I've completed your questionnaire, good luck!

I'd be really grateful if you'd participate in my research a questionnaire looking at social communication skills and the effects they may have on close relationships, responses are totally anonymous and you are free to withdraw your response at any time,

Link:
https://roehamptonpsych.az1.qualtric...rdzyqC4JERqScR

Thanks in advance,
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Hey, completed your study! Good luck with the project, its fascinating.

I am a psychology student in my third year, I would really appreciate it if you would be able to take part in my study looking at the value of personality in the social perception of sexual assault. It should take 15-25 mins. There are questions of a sensitive nature in the second half. The link is an anonymous link and data is stored on private password protected computers.

link: https://ntupsychology.eu.qualtrics.c...4uRqMHpM6Xnnj7

Many thanks in advance
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Hi Miral,

Thanks so much, I really appreciate it I've just completed your study too, best of luck with it.

Thanks again,
Rebecca

(Original post by Miral E)
Hi,

I've completed your questionnaire, good luck!

I'd be really grateful if you'd participate in my research a questionnaire looking at social communication skills and the effects they may have on close relationships, responses are totally anonymous and you are free to withdraw your response at any time,

Link:
https://roehamptonpsych.az1.qualtric...rdzyqC4JERqScR

Thanks in advance,
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Done, could you do mine please https://keelepsych.co1.qualtrics.com...h2BSrRu26rUlzn

(Original post by Rebecca UoB)
Hi there, I'm a Clinical Psychologist in Training at the University of Bath and I would like to invite you to take part in my research into mental health relapse.

We are looking for UK residents aged 18+ who either consider themselves in recovery from psychosis or anxiety, or who have never experienced a mental health problem. The study involves completing anonymous questionnaires online and takes 30-40 minutes. In recognition of your contribution we will make a £2 donation on your behalf to your choice of a selection of mental health charities.

For more information and to take part please go to: [/b]

Any help or shares would be very much appreciated. Thank you!!
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Hi there,

I really appreciate you completing my study, thanks so much for your time and kind words.

I've completed your questionnaire, is an interesting idea. Best of luck with it!

Thanks again and best wishes,
Rebecca

(Original post by ASperryx)
Hey, completed your study! Good luck with the project, its fascinating.

I am a psychology student in my third year, I would really appreciate it if you would be able to take part in my study looking at the value of personality in the social perception of sexual assault. It should take 15-25 mins. There are questions of a sensitive nature in the second half. The link is an anonymous link and data is stored on private password protected computers.

link: https://ntupsychology.eu.qualtrics.c...4uRqMHpM6Xnnj7

Many thanks in advance
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Thank you! I've just completed yours

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Done, could you do mine please https://keelepsych.co1.qualtrics.com...h2BSrRu26rUlzn
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Thank you! I've just completed yours
Thanks! Btw I think I put my email in the wrong box for the follow up questionnaire, but you have it anyway if you need it XD
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Still looking for responses- particularly people with experience of psychosis. Very happy to do others surveys in exchange!
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