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Investigating mental health traits in the neurotypical population

02 June 2020

This is a 30-40 minute questionnaire and task study to investigate mental health traits in the neurotypical population. Mental health traits, such as anxious and depressive traits exist on a continuum even in individuals with no clinical diagnoses. This study aims to study the prevalence and distribution of mental health traits within a neurotypical population. This is a joint collaboration project between King's College London and the University of Oxford.

Requirements

  • Aged between 18-64 years old
  • Fluent in English
  • No current or recent (within three months) psychiatric diagnoses (eg. anxiety disorders, major depressive disorder)
  • No current or recent (within three months) use of psychotropic medications (eg. anti-anxiety medications, antidepressants)

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Ethical approval

LRU-19/20-17312

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