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    Default Parents' Use of and Attitudes Towards Time-Out

    Would you like to share your thoughts on time-out?

    Researchers at the Australian National University are looking for parents or primary caregivers of children between the ages of 3 and 8 to complete a short (10 minute) online survey examining parental use of and attitudes towards the parenting strategy time-out. You can participate regardless of whether you use time-out or not. Participate for a chance to win one of two $75 Westfield vouchers!

    To be eligible, you must be: 18 years or older, currently residing in Australia, fluent in reading and writing English, and the primary caregiver of at least one child between the ages of 3 and 8 (inclusive).

    Follow the link to the survey here: https://anupsych.co1.qualtrics.com/j...iGS1aGWv30dM0J

    The researchers are also looking for participants for a phone interview on attitudes towards time-out and parenting. To be eligible to participate in the interview you must be at least 18 years old, the primary caregiver of at least one child between the ages of 3 and 8, currently residing in Australia, fluent in reading and writing English, and prefer NOT to use time-out with your child/children (this includes parents who have never used time-out, or who have used time-out in the past but have decided to stop). If you are interested or want to refer a friend who may be interested in participating in a phone interview, please contact the lead researcher at u5956964@anu.edu.au .

    For any questions, please contact the lead researcher at u5956964@anu.edu.au.

    The ethical aspects of this research have been approved by the ANU Human Research Ethics Committee (Protocol 2020/088).

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    Default Still Looking for Participants

    Hi everyone,


    We're still looking for participants for this study. It would be super helpful if you could share the link to the survey on your social media pages!


    Participate for a chance to win one of two $75 Westfield vouchers! We are looking for parents or primary caregivers of children between the ages of 3 and 8 to complete a short (10 minute) online survey examining parental use of and attitudes towards the parenting strategy time-out. You can participate regardless of whether you use time-out or not.

    To be eligible, you must be: 18 years or older, currently residing in Australia, fluent in reading and writing English, and the primary caregiver of at least one child between the ages of 3 and 8 (inclusive).

    Follow the link to the survey here: https://anupsych.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8iGS1aGWv30dM0J

    For any questions, please contact the lead researcher at u5956964@anu.edu.au.

    The ethical aspects of this research have been approved by the ANU Human Research Ethics Committee (Protocol 2020/088).



 

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