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How aware are you of your own thoughts?

13 Jun 2007

Participants will be entered into optional prize draw

Description

  • Do you feel that the thoughts you have must always be considered seriously?
  • Do you feel you tend to hold on to your thoughts?
  • Do you feel you are able to focus on any event you wish to, regardless of how stressed you are?

I am a PhD student working under the supervision of Professor Adrian Wells at the Division of Clinical Psychology of The University of Manchester. I am interested in examining the relationship people have with their own thoughts. I am also interested in seeing whether this relationship is affected by some personality traits and mindfulness experiences.

I am looking for people who are fluent in English. I am inviting you to take part in an online study which should take approximately 30 minutes of your time. There will be two 20 draws which will take place.

If you are interested in taking part in this study, please click on the link below:

This project has been approved by the School of Psychological Sciences Research Ethics Committee (ref 216/06P).

This study is supervised by Professor Adrian Wells:

Incentive

Upon completing the questionnaire, you may, if you wish, enter in the prize draws. There will be two prizes of 20 each. The prize draw will take place in June and you will be notified immediately if you win.

Contact details

If you have any question about the study, please email: