The Impact of Childhood Experiences on Later Coping Styles
About the study
We want to learn more about if experiencing traumatic life events as a child affects people’s ability to cope as an adult. This will help to inform future prevention and treatment work in this area.
Please note this study asks about potentially distressing childhood experiences you may have experienced
What will it involve?
The study will involve you reading an information sheet, completing a consent form and a series of online questionnaires. These questionnaires will ask you questions about any traumatic life events (i.e. abuse, neglect and loss) which you may have experienced prior to the age of 18.
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