I’ve been approached by Jowinn Chew, a first year PhD student at King’s College London, based at Guy’s Hospital, supervised by Dr Colette Hirsch and Prof Rona Moss-Morris.
Their research is focusing on identifying the cognitive mechanisms which underpin and maintain anxiety surrounding illness uncertainty within MS.
They need you guys to help them out, so it would be great if you could take a little time out to get involved.
Jowinn explains what will be involved in the task:
You will be responding to statements concerning general thinking patterns and mood.
Following this, you will then move onto the main task, where you will read through a series of twelve short descriptions. Afterwards, you will then be presented with several sentences. You will be asked to rate how similar the sentences are to the original scenario.
We expect that the task will take approximately up to 40 minutes to complete.
If you’re interested, click here! And, thank you.