Participate in Research to Help Women with a History of Physical or Sexual Assault/Abuse
Participate in Research to Help Women with a History of Physical or Sexual Assault/Abuse

 

Researchers in the Stress, Trauma, and Recovery Research Collaborative (STARRC) within the UK Department of Psychology are inviting women to participate in an ongoing research study. This study is focused on understanding ways of managing negative emotions after experiences involving physical or sexual assault/abuse. The long-term goal of this study is to enhance treatments for women with difficulties related to these types of experiences. Participation will involve a 75-minute visit to the laboratory and two online follow-up surveys.

You may be eligible to participate if you:

  • Identify as female;

  • Are between the ages of 18-35; and

  • Are a college student; and
  • Have experienced one or more of the following at any time during your life:
    • Physical abuse or assault
    • Sexual abuse, rape, attempted rape, or any other unwanted or coercive sexual experience.

Participants will be compensated up to $40

 

 


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