Call to contribute to research on wellbeing

Researchers at the University of Bristol are conducting research in order to better understand wellbeing and are seeking people to take part in an online questionnaire study. The researchers note that most attempts to measure wellbeing and quality of life involve very short and general scales that do not really provide a true picture of the richness and diversity of wellbeing.

The study involves a fully anonymous online survey and there is no need to travel to the University in order to take part. Those that take part will be given an opportunity to enter a prize draw and there will be five prizes of £100 for those who are selected in the draw. The prize draw involves a separate web page and link in order to ensure that your data remains fully anonymous. You must be 18 years or older to take part. Take part in the research here.

For further details contact: Professor Kit Pleydell-Pearce, School of Psychological Science, University of Bristol. Email: c.pleydell-pearce@bristol.ac.uk.