Contact Vick Stephens, Trainee Clinical Psychologist and Principal Researcher for this study for more information: vcs202@exeter.ac.uk.

New online intervention for low mood: Study participants needed.

Are you interested in participating in an online psychological intervention for low mood?

An online intervention trial for low mood and depression has recently launched. The study uses an innovative cognitive bias modification (CBM) design, similar to one featured on a recent Horizon TV episode with Michael Mosley. Participants will be asked to look at faces, online, for approximately 15 minutes on 5 days, and complete 4 surveys. The intervention study is open to anyone with good English ability from anywhere in the world. Participants can enter a gift voucher raffle.

If you or anyone you know is interested in participating or finding out more about the study, the first step is to contact Vick Stephens, Trainee Clinical Psychologist and Principal Researcher for this study: vcs202@exeter.ac.uk. She will send further information and give you access to the screening survey.

Please “like” and “share” the study webpages to help recruit participants: facebook.com/happyproject and facebook.com/lowmoodstudy.

This study is being run in collaboration with the Universities of Exeter and Bristol. The supervisors are Professors Marcus Munafo and Ian Penton-Voak, School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol.

Date: 30 September 2013

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