Hearing Voices and Thinking Styles

Cardiff University, Psychology Department


This short online study will look at different thinking styles in people who hear voices and whether they experience any associated distress. Not everyone who hears voices will find it a distressing experience. This research aims to find out whether different ways of thinking are associated with distress related to hearing voices.

Your Impact


This study will help improve our understanding of distress related to hearing voices. This may help to develop psychological interventions to reduce distress associated with hearing voices.

Eligibility Criteria


All genders

At least 18 years old

Study Tasks


Taking part in this research involves completing an online questionnaire. The questions will ask you for basic demographic information (like age and ethnicity), information about the voices you hear, how you feel about them and questions about your thinking style.

Ethics


This study was reviewed and approved by the Cardiff University Research Ethics Committee on the 7/5/20.

Keywords


mental health
hearing voices
thinking patterns
online research
auditory hallucinations

Activity and Time


Psychology, Health and Wellness

Online

Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends, Overnight

20 minutes total, 1 session

Compensation


Participants are given the opportunity to enter into a prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher

Study Address


This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!

Posting date: Sep 25, 2020

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