Exploring Ways People Thrive During a Pandemic

Concordia University of Edmonton, Department of Psychology


You are invited to participate in a research survey investigating factors that influence a person’s experience of thriving amidst a pandemic. This project is being conducted by Drs. Carmen Arth, Alison Kulak, Dorothy Steffler, and Holli-Anne Passmore from the psychology department at Concordia University of Edmonton. We wanted to look at this from a Positive Psychology point of view. You will be asked to complete a questionnaire that includes questions about how you view life, including the role of resilience, optimism, nature, curiosity and belief systems in relation to thriving and well-being. This should only take about fifteen to twenty minutes of your time. Your participation is greatly appreciated.

Your Impact


Participants will be contributing to the science of well-being in helping us to understand ways in which people may thrive during a pandemic, and which strategies and characteristics are most impactful.

Eligibility Criteria


All genders

At least 18 years old

Study Tasks


answer some questionnaires

Ethics


This study has been approved by Concordia University of Edmonton's Research Ethics Board #20200720

Keywords


thrive
optimism
curiosity
resilience
nature

Activity and Time


Health and Wellness, Psychology

Online

Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends, Overnight

15 minutes total, 1 session

Compensation


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Study Address


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

Posting date: Aug 31, 2020

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