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  • Abi Wright

    Hello, We, the UNICOrN research team, are currently running a project at University of Sussex and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The project focuses on understanding more about what people do in their everyday lives and their experience of this. We are interested in comparing young people with and without unusual distressing experiences (e.g. psychosis).

    We are looking for individuals:

    ¬ 18-40 years

    ¬ Not currently experiencing difficulties with their mental health

    Exclusion criteria: individuals who have hearing and sight problems that cannot be corrected and individuals with a diagnosis of substance use disorder.

    The study would involve completing some questionnaires, interviews and thinking tasks. The process takes 4 hours, over one or two sessions, and you will be reimbursed £20 for your time.

    If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the researcher Abigail Wright or telephone/text 07738758102.