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Research Study: Finding Meaning After Loss


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The following announcement comes to us from researchers at The University of Memphis:

We are a team of researchers from the Counseling Psychology program at The University of Memphis who are studying the ways of finding meaning in the aftermath of a loss of a loved one, bereavement adjustment, and personal growth. In our study, entitled "Loss and Meaning," we hope to find out more about the processes and characteristics that foster bereavement adjustment. The study, which has been reviewed and approved by the Institutional Research Review Board, involves completing several Web-based questionnaires.

We are requesting your help with this project. This survey is directed towards individuals who are older than 18 years and experienced the death of a loved one within past five years. If you fit this description, please click on the link below to complete our survey. The questionnaires should take between 25 to 45 minutes to complete (depending on speed of reading and internet connection). There is no identifying information on the surveys, so all responses are anonymous.

The link for the "Loss and Meaning" study is:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/Users/46587539...067615/67E49636

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the senior researcher Thomas V. Sayger, Ph.D. (tvsayger@memphis.edu) or doctoral student Guler Boyraz (gboyraz@memphis.edu) any time, at your convenience.

Thank you very much for your help with this project!

Sincerely,

Thomas V. Sayger, Ph.D.

Guler Boyraz, M.S.

Counseling Psychology homepage: http://cpsy.memphis.edu

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