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What makes parents, good parents, of children under 1year?

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MEDIA: stephanieglenister Sun 28-Jul-13 10:19:22

Hi everyone,

We are currently (it will run for 2 more weeks) working on some new research into Developmental Psychology for my MSc at the University of Hertfordshire and were really hoping you could help. I have been told it is quite fun and interesting (hopefully) and should take less then 10 mins (see below).

If not applicable to you I would be very grateful if you could pass it onto any mothers or fathers of children under 1yr or indeed share it on other chat forums/Facebook/Twitter as we really need your help to get this out there. The study is aimed at getting a better understanding of what good infant parenting is all about so if you take the questionnaire and want a copy of the research let me know.

Thank you so so much!


If you are interested in taking part, please follow the link below and you will be taken straight to the first page of the questionnaire, an information page, where you can find out more about the study and can take part if you wish:

This study has been approved by the Life and Medical Sciences Ethics Committee of the University of Hertfordshire. Protocol number: LMS/PG/UH/00088

stephanieglenister Wed 31-Jul-13 11:09:56

Thank you for all those of you who haven taken part already we ONLY NEED 65 (out of 200) more parents Please beg all your husbands/fathers/men to take part as the mothers have been truly excellent but we have almost no fathers!

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