Everyday, hundreds of researchers all over the country are conducting studies about human behaviors that we can improve our lives. I plan to post some of these research opportunities here. They will change periodically, so check back often!
Study #1: A Marriage Study
You have to opportunity to participate in a study about marriage here at James Madison University. The researcher (Jennifer Gill Rosier, Ph.D.) is interested in examining strategies people use in marriage. Your participation in this study will help researchers better understand the dynamics of these marriages so that in the future, intervention programs can be developed to help marriages in trouble. This study will take approximately 15-20 minutes of your time. You will be asked to answer several questions about your marriage.
Requirements for Participation:
You must be
- at least 18 years of age,
- involved in a heterosexual marriage for at least 6 months,
- and comfortable sharing information about your marriage in an anonymous online survey.
This study is completely anonymous. At no point will you be asked to provide your name or email address in this survey.
You may experience minor discomfort writing about the challenges that your marriage has faced. In particular, completing this survey may trigger some emotional distress about the experiences you describe.
Your participation in this study is entirely voluntary. You are free to choose not to participate. Should you choose to participate, you can withdraw at any time without consequences of any kind. However, once your survey has been completed and your responses have been submitted and anonymously recorded, you will not be able to withdraw from the study.
If you would like to participate, please click on the following link to go straight to the study website: