The Childhood Adversity Study


Study Information
Purpose of Study
The goal of this study is to examine the associations among childhood adversity, emotional and psychological well-being, and relationship quality in mother-young adult pairs.
Associated Lab
Resilience, Adversity and Childhood Trauma (ReACT) Research Lab
Location
Online
Investigators
Dr. Rachel Langevin, PhD, Associate Professor at McGill University & Sarah Cabecinha-Alati, MA, Doctoral Candidate
Benefits of Participating
The results of the study will provide a better understanding of the experiences of individuals who are exposed to adverse life events and will be used to develop and bonify interventions that are offered to this population.
Compensation
All participants will be entered into a draw for the chance to win 1 of 2 iPads and participants who complete the study in mother-young adult pairs will also receive a $5 e-gift card redeemable through Second Cup Coffee Company.

Inclusions:
      Participants must be young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 or mothers of young adults aged 18 to 25.

Exclusions:
      Participants outside of Canada (participants must reside in Canada)

What You'll Be Asked to Do:
Participants will take part in an online measurement session where they will be asked to fill out a series of questionnaires. The questionnaires should take about 45 minutes.

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