Participants needed for investigation into alcohol use.

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Participants needed for investigation into alcohol use.

Post by HJPeters » Fri Apr 18, 2014 1:55 pm


Participants are needed for investigation into alcohol use and misuse via an online questionnaire. The questionnaire measures four constructs: Personality, Ego Identity, Need Satisfaction and finally alcohol use/misuse. It would be greatly appreciated if you could take the time to fill it in. The questionnaire should take approximately 15-20 minutes and has been ethically approved by guidelines set via the BPS. Participants need be 18-29.

Thank for your time.

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Re: Participants needed for investigation into alcohol use.

Post by Gilly » Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:52 pm

Hi HJPeters

Can you please have a look at our guidance for recruiting participants using Clinpsy please:


the main points that need to be included in this are:
So - if you are advertising...please include:

-Your name and a means of contacting you (normally this should be given on the website of your questionnaire, which will allow you to keep some anonymity here, but please consider any issues that revealing your identity to participants will create)
-Your affiliation (e.g. your university)
-If you're a student, who is supervising you
-Who has given ethical approval for your study
Can you either edit your first post to include this information, or if you cannot edit it, post it below/PM it to myself/another moderator and we will update your initial post to make sure it complies with the rules

thank you

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