Dysfunctional eating in a community sample: The role of emotion regulation, impulsivity and reward and punishment sensitivity
Melissa Whitehead (Researcher) Dr. Peta Stapleton (Supervisor/Clinical Psychologist)
The study aims to explore an important step in understanding pathways between the Behavioural Inhibition and Approach Systems, emotion regulation and impulsivity within dysfunctional eating.
Residents of Australia aged over 18 years.
Participants are required to complete several questionnaires, which will take approximately 20 minutes. Questionnaires can be completed online, or paper questionnaires with confidential reply paid envelopes can be provided upon request.
Gold Coast, Queensland
Melissa Whitehead (Student Researcher): firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Peta Stapleton (Supervisor/Clinical Psychologist): email@example.com or +61 7 55952 515