This study will investigate the prevalence of, and attitudes about, the pursuit of self-relevant (SR) research (i.e., me-search) in clinical psychology.
Broadly, this study will:
RQ1. Examine the prevalence of SR research among clinical psychologists. RQ2. Develop scales to assess attitudes and perceptions about SR research. RQ3. Investigate attitudes about the pursuit and disclosure of SR research compared to non-SR research. RQ4. Compare attitudes about the pursuit and disclosure of self-relevant research based upon the topic (e.g., mental illness, physical illness, suicide attempt). RQ5 (exploratory). Explore how attitudes about the pursuit and disclosure of SR research vary by whether a respondent has conducted SR research in the past.
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