Hello,
I am a student in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Houston-Clear Lake and am working on a research study as part of my Master’s degree.  The study consists of two questionnaires.  One questionnaire investigates the link between self-compassion, mood and OCD symptoms and the second investigates the link between self-compassion, values and OCD symptoms.  These questionnaires represent under-researched areas and the information from this study may help to further understanding of OCD symptoms and lead to increased funding for OCD treatment and research.  I am looking for participants who have OCD.  I would be very grateful if you would be willing to take part in my study by posting the link on your site or passing the link information to members of your OCD support group so they may access the two surveys. There will be an opportunity to read more about the study before making the decision to complete it.  There is no obligation to take part in the study.  Please let me know if you choose to post or pass this study along to those suffering from OCD by replying to this email.

Follow the links to participate in this study:

 
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PYHKNM2
 

 
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2ZVJVNC

 
This study is supervised by Chad Wetterneck PhD.  If you have questions, concerns, or any related problem, you may contact Chad Wetterneck, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Houston-Clear Lake at [email protected]; Kim Fountain, BA at [email protected] or Jennifer Cook, BS at [email protected]. The use of email to recruit participants through OCD support groups for this study has been approved by the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects. 

Thank you for your help in participating in this study.

Jennifer Cook
Clinical Psychology Master's Student
University of Houston-Clear Lake

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
 

1 Comment
  1. hancey 12 years ago

    "…and the information from this study may help to further understanding of OCD symptoms and lead to increased funding for OCD treatment and research."…Can you please explain this further?  What are your potential sources for increased funding for OCD research?

    |
    0 kudos

Leave a reply

© 2022 WebTribes Inc. | find your tribe

Log in with your credentials

or    

Forgot your details?

Create Account