Working Together: Describing Interracial Families

Eastern Michigan University, Clinical Psychology

I am looking for participants for my study of diverse families and would appreciate if you would take a short survey or forward the link along to your friends/family/acquaintances/neighbors who are qualified. Biracial/Multiracial families are underrepresented in psychological research. As a biracial individual, I would like to change that! Must be 18+ years, English-speaking, and part of a biracial/multiracial or biethnic/multiethnic couple with at least one shared biological child (ages 0 to 18) living in your home. There is a lack of psychological research examining interracial families. The purpose of the study is to better understand interracial co-parenting partnerships of today. A parenting relationship may include a partner/ex-partner or spouse/ex-spouse with whom you are making child-rearing decisions. Specifically, the primary investigator is interested in describing how differences in culture might relate to parents’ romantic relationship and child rearing.

Your Impact

Improved representation of diverse families in psychological research

Eligibility Criteria

All genders

At least 18 years old



Interracial/Multiracial Family

Study Tasks

completion of multiple questionnaires online


This study has been approved by the Eastern Michigan University's Institutional Review Board



Activity and Time

Psychology, Health and Wellness


Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends, Overnight

30 minute(s) per session

1 session(s)

Both parents must complete the survey (1 session per parent, 2 sessions total for family) to be eligible for compensation.


$20 Visa gift card (if drawn in raffle)

Study Address

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

Posting date: Apr 17, 2020

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