|Invitation to Participate in Research Study: Mindfulness, Social Attitudes, and Bias Awareness
||[Oct. 31st, 2009|12:28 am]
Doctoral Psych Students' Dissertation Community
Should take about 10 to 15 minutes! Thanks for your help! And if you know anyone else who might take it, forward away!
Invitation to Participate in Research Study: Mindfulness, Social Attitudes, and Bias Awareness
This is a web-based survey research study involving: mindfulness, social attitudes regarding eperience, comfort and appreciation with diversity, and awareness of personal bias. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship of mindfulness (awareness and acceptance) to social attitudes, specifically the experience and comfort with and appreciation of people who are different or similar.
We are asking you to complete a web-based survey that will take 30 minutes. Some items are sensitive, such as asking you about your religious beliefs or prejudices, but no more so than you would encounter in everyday life; you may skip a question if it makes you uncomfortable. Participation is voluntary and anonymous. By filling out the survey, you are agreeing to participate in the study. If you have any questions or concerns about this project, contact Dr. Sue C. Jacobs, Associate Professor in Counseling Psychology at (405) 744-9895; firstname.lastname@example.org. Other research team members include, Anne P. Weese, Maria Howell, Nathan Richards, Julie Swagerty, and Rich Zamora. This study has been approved by the Oklahoma State University IRB. Thank you for your willingness to assist us with this research.
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