Parenting Under Pressure
About the study
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on family life. We are exploring the ways in which the the global pandemic has affected caregivers, families, and children. Through our research, we hope to enrich the lives of children and families by informing interventions that may help during difficult periods for future generations.
What will it involve?
We would like to invite parents with children age 6-17 to take part in our online survey. This survey can be completed on any device.
Complete a range of parent questionnaires that cover some emotional, social, and behavioral impacts of COVID-19. We will ask you to answer a range of these questionnaires for your child(ren).
We will ask you to write a short paragraph question, where you will write for 5 minutes and reflect on the impact of COVID-19 on you and your family. Your child(ren) will also complete this short paragraph question, reflecting on his/her experience with COVID-19.
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