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Monday, September 28, 2009

Support Relationship Research

I just received a request from a PhD student at the University of Virginia and thought I would pass it along. It sounds like a great project. Hooray for more research into relationships and marriage!

Engaged volunteers needed!

I am looking for volunteers for a study of attitudes towards marriage and parenthood among engaged couples. The study consists of a 25-30 minute online survey. To qualify for the study, you must be 20-35 years old, live in the U.S., and plan to marry or have a commitment ceremony within the next 365 days. You and your romantic partner must not have children, and this must be the first marriage for both of you.

You can:

-Help a doctoral candidate;

-Increase the pool of scientific knowledge;

-Support research on marriage and families; and

-Spend some time thinking about your relationship!

I am working with Dr. Charlotte J. Patterson, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia. This study has been approved by the University of Virginia Institutional Review Board #2009025800.

If you and/or your romantic partner are interested in participating or want further information, please email me at surveycouples@gmail.com. I will send you a link that you can use to access the study.


Cristina Reitz-Krueger

Doctoral Student

University of Virginia

(434) 243-8558


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Anonymous said...

The two mailto: links have vastly different email addresses there. Are you sure this isn't spam?

Ang said...

I emailed her and am responding to the survey now.

Mrs. Blur said...

I emailed her and am waiting for a response now. If it gets fishy i'll let you know!

B said...

Woohoo, this is my friend Cristina! Definitely not spam. We were undergrads in Scotland together. I'd do the survey but I got married last year. Good luck C! How random to come across this... - Briony

D-Day said...

pretty cool survey! I'm going to ask my fiance to take it as well, I think it asks great questions. I'm feeling good about us now, we actually had already talked about basically everything on that survey.

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