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Understanding resilience in victims of stalking-like behaviours

07 November 2018

The project is about understanding whether specific coping strategies and a person’s belief in their ability to cope with stressors has a link with the positive and negative outcomes of experiencing stalking-like behaviours.

We are asking people who have and have not experienced stalking-like behaviours to take part in an online survey about this, so that we can compare the responses that people give. There is an invite to optional follow-up interview about experience of resilience.

Requirements

  • UK General population
  • Adult (18y+)
  • Computer literate
  • Has access to internet

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the University of Nottingham Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Research Ethics Committee on 25th October 2018.

Ethics reference number: 124-1808

About the researcher

Chief Investigator/Supervisor: Dr Simon Duff AFBPsS, C. Psychol. (Forensic), Director of Stage II Training in Forensic Psychology, University of Nottingham

Lead Investigator/student: Faye Blazey, Trainee Forensic Psychologist/DForenPsy student, University of Nottingham

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