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Role of humour and perceptions of justice as tools of resilience

LeeSharp
LeeSharp Member Posts: 2 Listener
edited January 2018 in Research and opportunities

Dear Sirs,

I am a one armed man and am currently in the final year of a Masters in Advanced Applied Psychology and I need your help.

I am investigating the role of humour and perceptions of justice as tools of resilience in those with and without physical disability.

The voices of those with disabilities are rarely sought for scientific research and this is an opportunity to change this.

I need as many participants as possible including those with and without physical disabilities.

The survey is 100% online, will not take long (about 25 minutes – shorter for those faster at reading), it will not require any additional contact or discussions and it might also be fun.

Moreover, you will be contributing to an area of psychology rarely studied and population groups rarely accurately studied.

If you wish to complete the survey, please see the attached link.


https://chichpscyh.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dg6AfumVpzjnHBH

 

I will happily answer questions.

Greatest thanks,

Lee Sharp.

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