Consequences of head injury in young adult males

A call for participants for online research study.

The university of Exeter and University of Birstol are conducting research into the consequences of head injury and would like to invite young adult males to take part.  Details
  • This study investigates how head injury affects the way we process facial emotions and personality characteristics
  • It involves completing a short online questionnaire (5 minutes) to allow us to assess eligibility, and (if eligible) an online study (15 to 20 minutes)
  • The main study asks you to complete an emotion perception task and a series of questionnaires about your health and behaviour
  • This study can all be completed online, but you will require a computer or laptop (rather than a smart phone) for the main study.
  • Participants will be reimbursed £ 2.50. Please read the information sheet for more details
 Inclusion criteria
  • Have experienced a head injury with a loss of consciousness at some point in their lives
  • Be male
  • Be aged between 16 and 35 years
  • Speak English as first language or equivalent level of fluency.
Exclusion criteria
  • Consume alcohol or use drugs less than 12 hours prior to completing the study
  • Are currently receiving drug or behavioural treatments for, or currently experiencing mental health problems
  • Have an uncorrected visual impairment
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