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Friday, October 07, 2005


Adult Female Volunteers Needed for Studies of Attention Deficit Disorder in Women

As seen on the National Center for Gender Issues and ADHD website:

Study #1: The National Center for Gender Issues and ADHD is recruiting women age 23 to 60 with, and without, ADHD to participate in the research study focusing on the Women's AD/HD Self-Assessment Symptom Inventory (SASI). The SASI is a self-assessment tool, which aids in the diagnostic process by obtaining information on both childhood and adult AD/HD patterns. The purpose, of the study, is to determine the reliability and validity of the instrument. Participation in the study requires the completion of the SASI instrument. All information provided by participants will be held in confidence and identities will remain anonymous. For participants' convenience, the SASI tool can be completed via the web. Click on the provided link to begin taking the survey. http://data.ed.uidaho.edu/sasi/
If you have questions regarding the study, please contact Joy Jansen at SASIstudy@uidaho.edu.

Study #2: This study will investigate how a history of ADHD affects self-concepts of women. Study participants must be between 25 and 45 years of age, have a diagnosis of ADHD or think they have ADHD, and are not currently abusing drugs or alcohol. Volunteers must complete 5 pencil and paper questionnaires, and return them in a prepaid mailing envelope to the researcher. The questionnaires will ask participant about their feelings, about themselves, and others.

All information will be kept confidential. Each person who completes the study will receive three opportunities to win $50.00. Participation in the study requires approximately 60-90 minutes.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005


Coaching Research Project

Carl Dowden, Ph.D., of Carleton University in Ottowa, Canada, is conducting this study. He says it is an “in-depth examination of the lives of coaches in terms of their personality, experiences and well-being. In particular, I am interested in learning about who you are, how you coach and your thoughts and ideas on the field of coaching." Click here to find out more.

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