The effect of difficult interpersonal memories on emotional responses
The Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training and Research
University of Oxford, Isis Education Centre, Warneford Hospital, Oxford, OX3 7JX
Researchers: Sam French (Trainee Clinical Psychologist; firstname.lastname@example.org), Professor Paul Salkovskis (Principal Investigator & Director, Oxford Centre for Psychological Health; email@example.com), Dr Victoria Bream (Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Central University Research Ethics Approval (University of Oxford) Reference: R74372/RE001
Can you help us? We are researchers from the Clinical Psychology Department at The University of Oxford, and we are interested in learning more about the link between difficult interpersonal memories and emotional responses.
We are interested in hearing from people who identify as having obsessional and compulsive problems, and those without current experiences of mental health difficulties.
We are hoping to develop a deeper understanding of factors that may contribute to distress in this area, with the hope of tailoring and improving treatments for these individuals.
We are looking for volunteers aged 18 years and over. Participating in the research will take approximately 1 hour, and will involve a short telephone discussion, an experimental task via video, and completion of some questionnaires.
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