Recruiting adults (ages 18-65) with obsessive-compulsive disorder, and adults with social anxiety disorder for a study exploring the ways that people manage their worries. Please see below for more detail.
|Title||Worry Strategies Study|
|Objective||The Interpersonal Lab at the University of British Columbia (UBC) is conducting a study to investigate different strategies that people use to manage their worries, including what leads people to use each strategy and how effective each strategy is at reducing feelings of anxiety or discomfort.|
|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||Three groups of adults are being recruited for this research study:
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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