You are receiving this e-mail because you have been identified as a potential research participant because you are enrolled in an APA-accredited clinical, counseling, school or related graduate program. The purpose of this study is to help the field to better understand mental health trainees' perception of alcohol problems among different group memberships. By participating in this study, you will contribute to the field of psychology research as it pertains to assessment and diversity.
Your participation is completely voluntary, and you may choose to exit the survey at any time once started. You do not have to answer any specific items in the survey in order to participate.
The survey takes no longer than 45 minutes to complete. In order to participate, you must be currently enrolled student in an APA accredited clinical, counseling, school or related graduate training program.
As a participant of the study, you will read a brief article and vignette and responses to items by completion of online-based tasks and questionnaires anomalously. Your IP address will NOT be traced to protect your identity. When you complete the survey, you may entered into a drawing for one out of ten $10 gift cards to Amazon.com or Target. You can enter your contact information via a separate link to ensure that your contact information/identity is not connected to your responses to the survey.
Please click the following link to go to the survey:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your participation in this study, please contact the primary researcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (860) – 768 – 5224.
Your participation is valued greatly.
Alice W. Cheng, Ph.D.Principal Investigator
Department of Psychology
University of Hartford
East Hall 203D