We are currently recruiting 150 people high in worry and their romantic partners (300 people total) for an online study investigating the relationship between anxiety and relationship functioning.
- Do you have a longtime habit of worrying about many different things?
- Do you find it difficult to control your worrying?
- Have you been in a committed romantic relationship for the past 6 months or longer?
- Would your romantic partner also be interested in participating?
- Are you and your partner at least 18 years of age, and do you both reside in Canada and have access to a device with internet?
If so, you and your partner may be eligible to participate!
Participation in the “Relationship and Wellbeing Study” involves BOTH you and your partner complete:
1) a brief online screen questionnaire to assess your eligibility (which participants will not receive an incentive for)
2) a 2-minute phone call to review the study consent form
3) a 30-minute online survey about anxiety and relationship functioning.
For more information, please contact:
Bailee Malivoire, PhD Student // Jenna Vieira, Research Assistant
(Supervisor: Dr. Naomi Koerner)
All queries are confidential. This study has been approved by the Ryerson University Research Ethics Board (2021-206), and is funded by a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
Questions about your rights as a research participant may also be directed to the Ryerson University Research Ethics Board:
Phone: (416)979-5000 ext. 2491