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Research study on Trauma

Postby ceylan88 » Tue Aug 05, 2014 10:04 pm

Thinking styles, Coping patterns and Trauma


Have you or somebody you know experienced a traumatic event?
Do you have repeated, disturbing memories, thoughts or images of a stressful experience from the past?
If so, your participation is this study will be greatly appreciated!

Researchers at the Cairnmillar Institute are interested in investigating thinking and coping styles associated with experiencing a traumatic event. In particular, we would like to explore the thinking styles and coping strategies people use.

In this study, you will be asked questions assessing the thinking style and coping strategies you use to deal with adverse situations in general to assess whether dispositional thinking and coping style are related to actual life events and traumas. The study will shed light on the difference between the thinking and coping style of trauma exposed individuals who develop PTSD from similarly trauma-exposed individuals who do not develop symptoms.

The questionnaire will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. Your participation is completely voluntary and you are free to withdraw from the study at any time. You will not be required to provide any identifying information, thus ensuring anonymity and confidentiality. Participants must be aged 18-55 to participate.
If you wish to participate, please click on the link below for further information and access to the questionnaire-

https://www.research.net/s/traumacopingproject

If you have any questions about this project, please feel free to contact us:
Student Researcher: Ceylan Gocmen (1151-12@cairnmillar.edu.au)
Research Supervisor: Rosalind Case (rosalind.case@cairnmillar.org.au)


Thank-you for your interest and participation.
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