Participant request. First time mothers pregnancy and 6 months postpartum.
Hi, my name is Amanda and I am currently looking of volunteers to participate in an online survey I am conducting for my PhD at Charles Sturt University. The project focuses on mother-infant interactions and emotional distress.
To participate in the study you need to be over the age of 18, becoming/or have become a mother for the first time, have experience a low risk pregnancy, and are either in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy or are approximately 6 month postpartum.
Participation will take approximately 30-35 minutes to complete. Australian residents will receive a double movie pass for their participation.
This research is undertaken with the supervision of Dr. Andrew McGrath and Dr. Anthony Saliba, and has been approved by Charles Sturt University Human Research Ethics Committee.
If you would like to participate in the study, or require more information, please follow one the links below:
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