Trait Correlations to ARFID presentations in the Australian Population

About this study

A online questionnaire looking at psychological trait correlations with Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder. We hope to improve understanding and diagnosis of ARFID.

Research TeamDr Peta Stapleton (PhD)(supervisor), Copeland Winten (APD, Post Graddip Psyc Sci) & Teri Gallivan (Post Graddip Psyc Sci))
InstitutionBond University
Ethics Approval NumberCW03233
Funding SourceNA
Project Start DateJune 26, 2020
Project End DateDecember 18, 2020
ParticipantsAustralians, 18 years and above
What is InvolvedA once-off online questionnaire, approximately 20mins.
Locationhttps://bond.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6tAmgDVBdOR6t7v
Contact Details

copeland.winten@student.bond.edu.au

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