Recruiting adults (ages 18-65) with obsessive-compulsive disorder for a study exploring the ways that people manage their worries. Please see below for more detail.
|Title||Worry Strategies Study|
|Objective||Recruiting adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) for a study exploring the ways that people manage their worries.|
|Additional Details||Participation involves taking part in three Zoom sessions and completing seven brief daily surveys that are sent to you via text. All together, participation should take a maximum of four hours spread across two weeks. Participants receive a $60 gift card for completing the study in its entirety. Participation is voluntary and confidential. All study procedures have been approved by UBC’s Behavioural Research Ethics Board (ethics ID H20-02430).|
|Eligibility Criteria||The Interpersonal Lab is recruiting adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) who have distressing intrusive thoughts and/or compulsive or ritualistic behaviours as their primary mental health concern. All participants must also meet the following criteria:
|Contact Info||If you are interested in participating in this study and meet the eligibility criteria above, please send an email to [email protected] with:
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