The association between eating behaviours and personality characteristics

About this study

The aim of the study is to explore personality traits, such as agreeableness and openness, that are associated with eating behaviour among Australians.

Research TeamDr Gemma Sharp, Tanya Gilmartin, Dr Caroline Gurvich
InstitutionMonash University
Ethics Approval Number25083
Funding SourceNone
Project Start DateOctober 30, 2020
Project End DateNovember 1, 2021
ParticipantsIndividuals aged 16-30 living in Australia
What is InvolvedParticipation in this study will involve a single online survey which will ask some potentially sensitive questions that will assess personality factors and ask about your mood/feelings and eating behaviour such as “If something I do isn't absolutely perfect, it's simply not acceptable” and “I do not like how clothes fit the shape of my body”.
The survey will take around 30 mins to complete.
LocationOnline
Contact Details

Tanya Gilmartin/tanya.gilmartin1@monash.edu

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