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Author Topic: UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PROJECT: Have you ever experienced borderline traits?  (Read 1247 times)
Duncan Gill, MS
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« on: April 02, 2013, 09:53:41 AM »

RESEARCH STUDY OPPORTUNITY - HAVE YOU EVER EXPERIENCED BORDERLINE TRAITS?
 
Topic:
This study examines how early childhood experiences influence how we act and feel, focusing upon people who have developed “borderline” traits. Have you ever experienced borderline traits?  Have you ever been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder?
 
Qualifications:
In order to take part in this study you must be:
 
  • currently or in the past have experienced significant "borderline" traits (or have received a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder).  These traits include difficulties in managing emotions, a pattern of unstable interpersonal relationships and being quite impulsive.

  • currently receiving therapy

  • over 18 years old

  • residing in Australia or the United States

Survey:
To find out more about the study and to complete the questionnaires please go to

 
Incentive:
The consolidated data report will be shared and published here. Also, you will be entered into a drawing for 3 x $100 US Amazon gift vouchers.
 
If you have any questions about this study please contact me (Duncan.Gill@students.mq.edu.au) or Dr Wayne Warburton (Wayne.Warburton@mq.edu.au - preferred or +61 02 9850 8643).
 
Thank you for your assistance,
Duncan Gill
Principal researcher
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