29 Jun Stress and Coping Study
The purpose of this study is to examine responses to interpersonal stressors in daily life in individuals with eating disorders.
Participants will be asked to complete online self-report surveys about interpersonal stressors, emotions, personality traits, dissociative experiences, and attachment style. Surveys collected at baseline will take approximately 30 minutes (Part 1). Participants will also be asked to respond to complete 3 daily self-report surveys per day for 7 days in which they report the stressors they have been experiencing. Experience sampling measures are expected to take 3 minutes for each survey throughout the day. Participants will be prompted to complete the first of the 3 surveys at 11 am, the second of the 3 surveys at 4:00 pm, and the last of the 3 surveys at 8:00 pm (Part 2). All data will be collected remotely and compensation is offered. Interested participants can access the first survey here:
Participants aged 18 years or older who identify as having an eating disorder or struggles with eating related behaviors are eligible to participate.
Additional Study Details
Full Study Title
Attachment, Emotions, and Dissociation (ATTEND)
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Seattle Pacific University
3307 3rd Ave W
Seattle, Washington 98119