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Looking for men to participate in dissertation study
Discussion started by Roxy290 , 20 February, 2018 18:34
Looking for men to participate in dissertation study
Roxy290 20 February, 2018 18:34
I hope it is okay to post this here, my apologies if not.

I am in my final year at uni and I am conducting research into drug use, specifically spice (also known as synthetic cannabis) use for my final year project. I am looking for men to take part who are over the age of 18, living in the UK and who have NO history or diagnosis of epilepsy, ADHD, severe mental illness (e.g. schizophrenia, bipolar disorder), head injury or loss of consciousness (lasting longer than 2 minutes), and who fit one of the following five categories,:

Use spice recreationally or casually.
Have used spice recreationally in the past, but no longer do.
Use drugs recreationally but have never used spice.
Have experimented with drugs in the past, however never with spice.
Have never used any illicit drugs.

I have ethical approval. It would be fantastic if you are able to take part, the study should take about 20 minutes to complete and the link to begin is below. The study will only work on a laptop or desktop computer, rather than a mobile phone as the tests will not work on mobile phones.

There is also a prize draw to win £25 of Amazon vouchers, which you can enter at the end of the study (there is a link which will ask you for your email address if you would like to enter, this will be kept confidential and stored separately from the study to ensure anonymity)

This is the link to the study, if you would like to participate: https://universityofsussex.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ahFQv57sXSwZDox

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 20/02/2018 18:39 by Roxy290.


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