Request for MH clinicians to participate in research

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If you are currently or have ever been a practicing clinician, regardless of setting, please consider completing a survey regarding how individual differences impact perceptions of psychotherapy and therapists.

If you volunteer to take part in this study, you will be one of about 500 people to do so. Participation in this study will take place via online interaction. This study will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. During the course of this study, you will be asked to complete a series of questions that ask about aspects of your opinions and perceptions. You will also be asked to complete a series of comparison tasks. Questionnaires will also include quality assurance checks that will ensure participants are answering questions thoughtfully and carefully.

Participation in this study involves no risks beyond those that you may experience in your everyday life. However, you may find some of the questions we ask or some of the tasks to be stressful or embarrassing. You may choose not to answer any questions that you find uncomfortable without penalty. You can also decide to end your participation in the study at any time for any reason. You may contact the principal investigator, Brian Bulla ([email protected]), or the faculty supervisor, Dr. Joye Anestis ([email protected]), via email if you have any questions.  

This project has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board, which ensures that research projects involving human subjects follow federal regulations. Any questions or concerns about rights as a research participant should be directed to the Chair of the IRB at 601-266-5997. Participation in this project is completely voluntary, and participants may withdraw from this study at any time without penalty, prejudice, or loss of benefits.

Please do not complete the survey if you are not or have never been actively in clinical practice.

The survey can be found here: