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Understanding homesickness and its impact over time for different individuals
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom We would like to understand how different individuals experience homesickness(HS) over time, its impact on well-being and if certain coping strategies (used to address HS) are deemed more effective for some people than others. We aim to use our results to help people who desperately miss their homes address their HS more effectively. This study has 5 parts, each 2 months apart. Part 1 will take about 45mins to complete. Participants can later choose to complete parts 2-5 of 10 OR 30mins each. Duration: 45 minutes Criteria: Aged 18 years or older; Must have experienced homesickness before.
Substance Use and Lifestyle Choices
Binghamton University, United States A study analyzing the correlation between substance use, nutrition, exercise, and sleep in participants aged 18 or older. Questions asking about weekly nutrition intake and exercise patterns are included, also questions assessing annual drug use, sleep patterns and personality types are included. This survey is completely anonymous and takes about 5-10 minutes to complete. Duration: 7 minutes Criteria: 18+
Prevent in Post-16 Education
Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom This research focuses on the impact that the counterterrorism strategy ‘Prevent’ has on young Muslim women and teachers in post-16 education. Duration: 60 minutes Criteria: Aged 18-25, identify as a Muslim woman, attend university
Comparing Differences Between Men and Women on Mental Health Experiences.
Durham University, United Kingdom I am looking for participants for my dissertation survey: I am looking at the connection between sex, gender and mental health experiences. I am inviting anyone of any demographic with a few spare minutes to participate in the survey. The survey takes no longer than 10 minutes and all responses are anonymous (see information sheet for more details). Thanks in advance! Duration: 6 minutes Criteria: ALL WELCOME
The psychological needs of mothers with Type 1 diabetes (T1D) in the perinatal period
The University of Surrey, United Kingdom This research project aims to learn more about the experiences of mothers/ birthing parents with Type 1 Diabetes during pregnancy, birth, and the post-partum period. If you identify as a new mother/ birthing parent with Type 1 Diabetes, you may be eligible to take part in this online survey focused on better understanding the psychological needs of this population during the perinatal period. We hope to use this information to improve services for mothers/ birthing parents with Type 1 Diabetes. Duration: 20 minutes Criteria: 18+, mother/ birthing parent to child under 1, type 1 diabetes diagnosis