Survey of Everyday Worry

Welcome

 
Page 1 of 11
What kind of worries do people have?

What might make people worry less or worry more?

Do people with Asperger Syndrome experience worry differently to people without Asperger Syndrome?


With the information taken from this survey I hope to begin to answer these important questions and build on our understanding of how better to support people with worry. I invite anyone with Asperger Syndrome or High Functioning Autism over the age of eighteen to take part. Throughout the study I use the term Asperger Syndrome to include people with a diagnosis of High Functioning Autism too.

The study has full ethical approval from Royal Holloway, University of London and from the National Autistic Society. If you have any questions about the study you can contact me on the details given and I will be pleased to answer them as best I can. If you would rather I send you a paper copy of the survey to complete then please contact me and I will put one including a stamped addressed envelope for it's return in the post to you.

Post: Pippa Hembry, Department of Clinical Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX.

Telephone: 01784 414012, (please leave a message and I will get back to you).

Fax: 01784 472746

Email: p_hembry@yahoo.co.uk

Should you to want to talk to someone about anxieties or any other personal distress, you should contact your GP or the National Autistic Society help line : 0845 070 4004 (10am – 4pm, Monday – Friday).

The results of this research will be available to you at the following web address next September, 2007.

http://www.pc.rhul.ac.uk/clindoct/STORE/AspFinal.htm

Please visit the site at this time if you would like to see what we have learned about everyday worry from this survey.

Thank you for taking the time to read this information. The survey should take you about 30 minutes to complete and it would be a great help if you would complete as much as you feel able.

It is only through the support of people like you that research such as this is possible.

Pippa Hembry,
Trainee Clinical Psychologist. Royal Holloway, Univeristy of London.
Powered by SurveyMonkey
Check out our sample surveys and create your own now!