Eleanor Osborne-Ford is an undergraduate student, majoring in psychology, and pursuing her BSc Degree at Bath Spa University in the UK.
Her dissertation is investigating the relationship of ASMR and mindfulness and is titled, “Investigation into traits of absorption, mindfulness and state of flow in individuals who experience ASMR and controls.” Dr Agnieszka Janik McErlean, an established ASMR researcher, is her mentor for this study (see HERE for publications).
Eleanor is looking for individuals to take her online survey. The survey is open to individuals who do or do not experience ASMR, and who are aged 18 and over up to 35 years old. The survey is anonymous and should take about 20 minutes maximum.
The survey will remain open until 200 individuals have participated.
Below is a link to the online survey and more info.
- Link to survey (survey closes after 200 participants reached)
- The findings of the study will be made available upon request at the end of the research project, which will be 16th April 2019.
- Contacts: Eleanor Osborne-Ford (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Agnieszka Janik McErlean (email@example.com).
- Learn more about Eleanor HERE.
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