TWO Trichotillomania Research Opportunities from Universities!

TWO Trichotillomania Research Opportunities from Universities!

An Oxford Study for teens in the UK:

Hair pulling (trichotillomania) is not well understood to teenagers. If you pull your hair in a way that feels difficult to control, taking part in this research will help us learn more about the way that young people who hair-pull feel. 

If you are 13-18 living in the UK, researchers at University of Oxford are looking for teenagers who pull their hair to participate in an online study on emotions. The study includes 2 surveys total, 6 months apart. After completing each survey, you may enter a prize draw for an Amazon voucher.

To begin the first 30min survey, click here!

 

An American University Study for those in the US:

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Researchers at American University are recruiting children with Trichotillomania, and a parent, for a study aiming to better understand how parents and children view the child's Trichotillomania symptoms. 

We are interested in a child's hair pulling symptoms as rated by the child and one parent of the child. A parent and child will have different surveys to complete independently.

We will not ask for any identifying information-- just that a parent and their child with Trichotillomania complete their surveys on their own. We hope to learn more about different perspectives in assessing children's Trichotillomania symptoms. We are looking to recruit pairs of a child with Trichotillomania and one of their parents to complete their own survey forms. You may only participate in pairs; data from one individual alone cannot be used!

Parents: please help your child read the consent information and provide their consent to participate, then allow the child to complete the rest of the survey on their own. You should both complete your surveys independently. The child's survey will last approximately 10 minutes and the parent's survey will last approximately 30-35 minutes.  You and your child will be entered into a lottery to win a $25 Amazon gift card if you both complete your surveys. You will both have a chance to win your own gift card.

Please contact William Zuckerberg at wz5300a@american.edu for more information.
 
Click the appropriate link to get started:


Parent link: https://american.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bxX2HpPJ90KY6zk

Child link: https://american.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_02sBeFKjNy168N8

Header photo by UX Indonesia. 

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