The Anonymous Widower

Widowhood Research

Kate Bennett of the School of Psychology at Liverpool University is recruiting volunteers for studies into widowhood.

This is Kate’s description of the first study.

One is a two week study looking at a model of bereavement called the Dual Process Model. This study takes part over two weeks. At the beginning we will interview participants about their general experiences of bereavement, and they will complete a questionnaire. Then over the next week they will complete a daily diary about their experiences – they can write as much or as little as they like. At the end of the first week, there is a short interview and a questionnaire. In the next week they complete the diary everyday, and then are interviewed and have a questionnaire at the end. This study is being run by myself and my student Lizzie Evans.

And the second.

The second study is an interview study which focuses on changes in social relationships, activities and support before and after the loss. This forms part of my student Laura’s PhD.

There are more details, including how to join, at this web page.

July 3, 2009 - Posted by | Health | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. […] a Widowhood Survey Yesterday I completed the survey for Lizzie Evans at Liverpool […]

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  2. […] many ways, so it is only right, when they ask me if I would mind being interviewed as part of their research into widowhood, I don’t say […]

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