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Personality Differences and Emotional Processing

Postby SouResearch » Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:23 pm

Hello everyone,

We are two psychological researchers of the University of Southampton,
working in the field of personality traits and emotional processing.

We are currently doing an online study with which we are trying to reach a
broad range of the population. Just to give a very brief description of our
study (you will be given more information when you click the link and also
receive a full debriefing after your participation):

• Personality traits can have an impact on how we perceive our environment
and how we interact with it. This study aims to investigate how individuals
diverge in their reactions to emotional pictures and the effect these reactions have on
subsequent decisions.
• The study will take about 25 minutes of your time
• Your participation is anonymous and all data are treated confidential
• You will first do a simple task in which you are asked to rate pictures
and then fill in a short questionnaire
• You have the option to contact me for more information (via e-mail or pm)
• You must be 18 years or older
• We have a raffle for 3 Amazon vouchers

link to the study: https://www.soscisurvey.de/tutorial131442/

Why are we posting this study here?

There are many different and, to some extent, also contradicting theories
on whether certain personality traits are (partially) characterized by
differences in emotional processing (this includes, for example,
extraverted, neurotic, narcissistic, psychopathic and antisocial traits).
It is often very difficult to reach these different populations and shed
some further light onto the diverging results.
This is why we are posting our study to many different forums across the
web, in hope to reach a broad population and also include persons that are
not the typical participant in psychological studies.
I wil be happy to give you more detailed information about our hypothesis
once you have participated and send me a pm or e-mail.


Please contact me, should you need any further information.

Thank you very much for your time and interest!



Responsible person: Dr Hedwig Eisenbarth, University of Southampton,
Department of Psychology

Forums: Antisocial Personality Disorder Forum, Narcissistic Personality
Disorder Forum, Personality Disorder NOS

Deadline: 30/6/2018
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