Has your spouse expressed concern about your alcohol use or asked you to cut back on drinking? Participate in a research project!
If you are eligible, you will be able to participate in a research survey regarding the relationship between your marriage and your alcohol use.
Participants who complete the survey will be offered the opportunity to enter into a drawing for one of four $50 Amazon gift cards. Any contact information provided for the drawing will not be connected to your survey data in any way.
Participation is voluntary. You may decline to answer any question that you do not wish to answer, and you are free to discontinue the study at any time. Your answers will be completely anonymous, and your responses cannot be traced back to you. Please do not include any identifying information in the survey data. (Exception: To participate in the study, you will need to answer the first two questions on the survey to prevent duplicate responses. These questions do not affect the anonymity of your answers.)
Because the survey is anonymous, you will not be able to quit and return to the survey at a later time once you begin.It will take about 20-30 minutes of your time. You may notice that the survey says "Part A" - This survey is part of a larger study that also includes a "Part B" for the spouse that has expressed concern about your alcohol use. If you think your partner would be interested, just contact the researcher at the email below for the info. You are only responsible for "Part A."
This study has been approved by the Clark Committee for the Rights of Human Participants in Research and Training Programs (IRB). Any questions about human rights issues should be directed to the IRB Chair, Dr. James P. Elliott, 508-793-7152, firstname.lastname@example.org.The study is being conducted by C.J. Fleming, M.A. and James Cordova, Ph.D. in the Psychology Department at Clark University. Please feel free to contact the researcher (email@example.com)or the research supervisor (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions, concerns, or if you are interested in receiving information about the results.