Survey; Emotions and Eating Behaviours
Would you like to take part in a survey which aims to explore relationships between emotions and eating behaviours?
The purpose of the study is to gain information that might help devise better treatment for people who are experiencing disordered eating. Participants are not studied individually but the answers you provide will be combined with other responses in an attempt to identify patterns.
Participants are not asked to give their name or any other identifying information. In addition, the survey is being carried out using a software package (Survey Monkey), which provides a feature that prevents the researcher from seeing your e-mail address.
Click on this link to complete the research survey. You must be over 18 to participate in this research.
This study forms part of a Master’s Degree programme in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT). This study has ethical approval from the Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences (ICHAS), Limerick. The findings of the study, when completed, will be available through the ICHAS library.
Researcher’s Contact Details:
Name; Elizabeth Moloney, B.A., H. Dip., Degree in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies, Diploma in the Treatment of Eating Disorders, MBACP.
Phone: 086 3041 373