Take part in ‘Emotions in Psychosis’ study!

The research team from Napier University and NHS Lothian are interested in the emotional factors which may influence the everyday thoughts and perceptions of patients with severe mental health conditions. They are also interested in whether any differences in how people experience and deal with their emotions in day-to-day life can be linked to events they may have experienced in childhood.

Patterns highlighted in a study of healthy individuals may be useful in understanding the difficulties experienced by individuals with a diagnosis of a severe mental health condition.

In the long term, it is hoped that this research will contribute to the improvement of healthcare for people who experience clinical symptoms.

The study consists of some survey questions covering topics such as childhood experiences, mood and thinking styles. All data will be entirely anonymous.

If you would like to learn more, please go to www.emotioninpsychosisstudy.wordpress.com

If you would like to take part, please go to www.emotioninpsychosisstudy.wordpress.com/taking-part