Participate in our online study!
Relations between Social Cognition & Social-Emotional Health
Help with Science AND win a $50 gift card!
The purpose of this study is to examine relationships between how children, and their parents, reason about other people (i.e. referred to as ‘social cognition’) and various aspects of social-emotional health and well-being. This research is important for identifying factors that contribute to one’s social- emotional health and will lay the critical groundwork for future research designed at promoting better health and well-being in parents and children.
In this 20-40 minute survey, you will be asked questions about your social functioning and social emotional health.We are also interested in how changes resulting from the pandemic may impact you (and your child, if applicable).
This study is confidential and results may be used to guide future research aimed at identifying ways to support and promote well-being.
Eligibility: To be eligible to participate you must be from North America, read English fluently, and be at least 18 years of age.
Participants will be entered in a draw for a 1 in 25 chance of winning
a $50 gift card!
If interested, please click the link below!
Principal Investigator: Dr. Susan Birch, University of British Columbia
Ethics ID number: H17-01103
Version: August 7, 2020