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cral
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Two studies seek participants’ valuable experiences.

Post by cral » Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:43 pm

Hi all,

Both myself and a fellow colleague are Trainee Clinical Psychologists on the DClin Psych course at the University of Liverpool and we are conducting our research into unusual sensory experiences such as hearing voices which others cannot hear. Below you will find the details of the two research studies; one of these studies also requires people who do not have these experiences at all. You have the option to complete one, both or neither of the studies by clicking on the links listed. Both studies also provide participants with the opportunity of win one of six £25 Amazon vouchers.

Both studies have received ethical approval from the University of Liverpool’s Research Ethics Committee to recruit online.

STUDY ONE: Pathways to unusual sensory perceptions

The purpose of the study is to investigate things which contribute to the likelihood of people experiencing unusual sensory perceptions, such as hearing voices which others cannot hear. People who do not have these experiences are also encouraged to complete the survey.

To take part you need to:
• Be 18 years and older
• Be able to read, write and understand English
• Be without a diagnosis of a neurological condition (e.g. epilepsy, Parkinson’s) and/or dementia
• Have no significant head injury

Click on this link if you're interested to complete the survey or to find out more:
https://livpsych.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/ ... rINzuOqIZf

STUDY TWO: Self-compassion, mindfulness and distressing voices

The purpose of the study is to investigate ways people cope with the experience of hearing voices others cannot hear.

To take part you need to:
• Be over 18 years old
• Be able to read written instruction in English
• Have heard voices that others couldn’t hear

Click on this link if you're interested to complete the survey or to find out more:
https://livpsych.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/? ... 8AhlDqW1HT

Many thanks :)

CRAL

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