We were contacted last week by Fiona Lynch of Deakin University who has us to help her find respondents for her research. So it would be great if you could give her a helping hand if you qualify.
Lynch writes “I am currently conducting a research project on hoarding behaviours in children and adolescents with and without ADHD that may interest you and some of your readers. I am currently seeking parents of 8-17 year olds with and without ADHD to take part in an important research project aimed at improving our understanding of the co-occurrence between ADHD and hoarding in children (e.g., clutter, difficulty discarding items, acquiring items). The project is examining the cognitive and familial factors associated with hoarding behaviours among children and adolescents. I am hoping if this project interests you, you may like to share it with your readers.
Parents can participate by completing a once-off online questionnaire about your child’s behaviours, taking approximately 20 minutes. If parents would like to take part in this exciting project, they can click the link below. Alternatively, they can contact the researchers directly to receive a mailed copy of the questionnaires or to discuss any questions they may have.
This project forms part of my Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) at Deakin University and is conducted under the supervision of Prof Jane McGillivray, Dr Richard Moulding, and Dr Linda Byrne. This project has been approved by Deakin Human Research Ethics Committee (approval # 2013-225).”
You can contact Ms Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org