Study into wellbeing of adolescents during COVID
Recruiting participants for a study into wellbeing of adolescents during COVID
Kyla Mumford is a full time University of Brighton student who is carrying out some research for her dissertation, as part of her undergraduate degree in BSc Applied Psychology. The aim of the study is to examine the relationship between parent and adolescent resilience and wellbeing in adolescents during adverse events such as the COVID-19 pandemic. It is stated that adolescence provides an opportunity to use potentially traumatic events to build resilience going into adulthood (Gray, Flanigan, and Henley, 2015).
Greenshaw High School has agreed to support her studies. She is keen to recruit parents of children aged between 12 and 15 (Years 8 to 10). The study is an online questionnaire, taking approximately 20 minutes to complete, with no face-to-face contact. The data will be anonymous.
If you are a parent of children aged between 12 and 15 (Years 8 to 10) and wish to take part, please download the letter below, which includes the link to the questionnaire. The participant information sheet below contains more information about the study.