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Daily Diary Study!
« on: August 05, 2016, 06:55:19 PM »
We are a  research team looking for people to take part in our study, the Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions Study. This study has been approved by the Human Research Protection Program Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Harvard University.
 
We are interested in recruiting people who use this website to participate in our research study. This study will be completed online over the course of four months and participation is completely voluntary. People who are interested in participating will be compensated up to $150 online gift cards to Amazon, Starbucks, or iTunes. Participants may also be entered into a raffle for one of 10 additional $50 gift cards.
 
 A few important things to know about the study are:
1.     All information collected will be kept completely confidential.
2.     Participation is voluntary. The link we provide will send people to a website telling them about the study. Once on that site, they can decide whether or not they want to participate. Also, if anyone starts to participate and decides they no longer feel comfortable or they are no longer interested, they can end their participation without any penalty or punishment.
3.     In addition to collecting information from participants, I will also provide links to treatment and informational resources throughout the study.
4.     This study will include only participants who are 18+ years old.
5.     We will also provide links to treatment and informational resources throughout the study.
 
Please send me an email at kfox@g.harvard.edu to receive a link to the screening questionnaire to see if you qualify for the study. In the subject line, please put that you saw the ad here! If you qualify, you will be told more about the study and you can decide whether or not you want to participate. If you donít qualify, you may be told about a different study that you can participate in instead.

Thanks for your consideration!