I have been asked by a researcher to help recruit people to participate in her infertility study. I have spoken to her and she seems dedicated to a very good and important project. Please consider taking her survey. The information is below. This study was approved by the University of Texas internal review board.
Have you and your partner been undergoing treatment for primary infertility? If so, please consider participating in an online study of the impact of an infertility diagnosis on marriage. 1. You are eligible to participate if you are a married heterosexual couple 2. You do not have any biological or adopted children living in your home 3. Either you, your spouse, or both has received an infertility diagnosis (unexplained infertility qualifies as a diagnosis) 4. You are currently receiving medical treatment for infertility, have done so in the past six months, or plan to do so in the next 6 months 5. Both you and your partner are willing to participate and have access to the internet.
Participation in the study will involve completing an online survey focused on your experience of infertility, your self-perceptions, and your feelings about your marital relationship. This is expected to take no more than 15-20 minutes per spouse.
Participants will receive a voucher good for a pair of free movie tickets upon the completion of the surveys by both partners.
To participate, please send an e mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org Elizabeth B. Morray, MA Doctorial Candidate Counseling Psychology The University of Texas at Austin.