Yes. I am sure you care about your partner, but how do you show it?
C.J. Fleming from Clark University has approached me today to seek help with the recruitment for an interesting research. Considering the topic of this research, I agreed to help by posting this note on my blog. See if you are interested and eligible to take part:
Here is the information I received:
Participate in a survey on couples and alcohol use and enter to win a raffle!
Are you and your spouse legally married and at least 18 years of age?
Do you or your partner currently consume alcoholic beverages at least once a month?
Is alcohol use an area of disagreement in your marriage?
If you answered yes to the above questions, you and your spouse are eligible to participate in a research survey regarding the relationship between your marriage and your alcohol-related help seeking behaviors. When you both complete the survey, you will each be entered into a raffle for one of four $50 Amazon.com gift cards!
The survey will take each participant approximately 20 minutes, and survey responses will be anonymous.
This study has been approved by the Clark Committee for the Rights of Human Participants in Research and Training Programs (IRB). Any questions about human rights issues should be directed to the IRB Chair, Dr. James P. Elliott, 508-793-7152, firstname.lastname@example.org. The study is being conducted by C.J. Fleming, M.A. and James Cordova, Ph.D. in the Psychology Department at Clark University. Please feel free to contact the researcher (email@example.com) or the research supervisor ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) with any questions or concerns.
Your mood dictates your posture and vice versa. You can’t change your mood instantly but can alter your posture to get to the mood you want. Let’s give it a try: take a deep breath, hold your head up, walk with purpose. Let’s make this a great week!