Hi guys, I hope I'm not intruding too heavily on your private space. I'm sure you'll let me know if I am! My name is Andrew, and I'm a doctoral student of psychology based at Swinburne University of Technology, in Melbourne, Australia. If the moderator deems it appropriate, I would like to post a synopsis of my research area here, along with a link to my online survey for people who might be interested.
I'm investigating people's experiences of love, and of work. In short, I am interested in how people deal with issues which arise in their intimate relationships, and in their work lives. The survey asks multiple choice questions about: what people like and dislike about these areas of their life, what they would change, issues that affect their commitment and interest, how conflict affects them and how they deal with it, the value they place on their emotions and their thoughts when making decisions about these areas of their lives. The results will be used to educate health professionals, and people interested in psychology, as to how they might improve the lives of others.
The research has no political or commercial ties or funding. It is purely academic, and the findings will be freely available. The results of the study will be published in a scholarly article and in a thesis which will be available internationally. Participation involves the completion of an online survey, which will take 30-45 minutes to complete.
If people would like to participate, they can copy and paste the link below into their web-browser.
For purposes of privacy and confidentiality, no individual will be identifiable from their responses. If you would like to receive a summary of our research findings, the final survey question provides an opportunity to insert your email address for this purpose.
If you have any further questions or would like to know more about the project, you can email me at [email protected]
I look forward to learning from your experiences!
Andrew Armstrong BA (SUT), PgDip App Psy (SUT).
Counsellor & Sessional Psychology Teacher
Swinburne University of Technology
This research conforms to the standards set by the American Psychological Association and Australian Psychological Society Codes of Ethical Conduct. If you have concerns which the researcher was unable to satisfy, please contact: Chair, SBS Ethics Committee, Faculty of Life and Social Sciences. Swinburne University of Technology. PO Box 218, Hawthorn 3122, VIC, Australia. If you wish to lodge a complaint about the way you have been treated during the study, please contact: Chair, Human Research Ethics Committee, Swinburne University of Technology. PO Box 218, Hawthorn 3122, VIC, Australia.