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Infant Observation Study - looking for participants who completed this

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vasilikip Wed 27-Mar-19 17:11:22

Any one who participated in an Infant Observation, either as a student or a parent/carer, interested in taking part in a research psychology project? I am looking into the experiences in Infant Observation for both observers and families. I am a postgraduate student studying for a MSc Psychology degree at the School of Psychology, University of East London. As part of my studies, I am conducting the research you are being invited to participate in. I am conducting research into what the experience was like for individuals who took part in an infant observation. The research has been approved by the School of Psychology Research Ethics Committee and follows the standard of research ethics set by the British Psychological Society.
You will be asked to take part in an interview with myself where you will be asked some questions around how you found the experience and you will have the opportunity to talk about your experience.
The interviews could take place at the University or at your home or at another appropriate and convenient location. The interview will be from 45 - 60 minutes and can be adapted to accommodate
your schedule. There is not any reimbursement for your time for the research project. But it would be valuable to understand from you perspective how you found the experience.
If you are interested you can reply directly here or email me on u1000183@uel.ac.uk
Kind regards,
Vasiliki Papoutsi

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