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The effects of intervention duration on emotion appraisals during pregnancy

27 September 2018

The current study will require participants to complete a series of online questionnaires, as well as take part in a self-paced online intervention, during the second trimester of their pregnancy. These questionnaires are aimed to measure the emotional levels of participants, and the intervention method aims to help address any pregnancy concerns . The opportunity to take part in a follow-up interview is also provided, where you can discuss how effective you felt the given intervention was.

Requirements

  • Must be between 12-16 weeks pregnant when beginning the study.
  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Must be able to speak and read fluent English.

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Ethical approval

This study was approved by the University of Nottingham Psychology department Ethics Committee on 26th September 2018 (Ethics Approval Number: F1035R).

About the researcher

Dr Megan Barnard is a Teaching Associate based in the University of Nottingham's School of Psychology. Her research interested are focused within applied cognitive psychology, with specific interests on the effects of emotion on behaviour. She is working alongside Dr Sian Masson and Alexia Leachman to deliver the current project.

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