Stressful Childhood Experiences Study

The Anxiety Stress and Autism Program is currently recruiting for a study exploring stressful childhood experiences and how best to ask about those experiences in research.

What is our goal?
We want to determine if a new measure of stressful life events is easy to use and captures the experiences of teens and young adults.

Who can participate?
ASAP is recruiting teens and young adults (ages 14-22 years) and their parents.

What is involved?
Participants will complete an online measure and then a feedback interview 2 weeks later at our lab. The survey will ask about past stressful experiences and if they still bother you or your child. We will also ask some questions about your or your child’s current feelings and behaviours.

Families receive $50 for their time and contribution.

Please click here to request a call to learn more about the study if you are interested in participating!

Anxiety Stress and Autism Program

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Phone: 604-822-6069