Research Invitation for Adopted Adults
Are you adopted and aged 18-25?
Do you live in the United Kingdom?
Would you be willing to be interviewed about identity?
My name is Claire Greenham. I am studying psychology at the University of Derby and as part of my university studies, I am conducting a research project. I am currently looking for volunteer research participants.
The research project is called Identity, threats and coping strategies of adopted young adults: A Thematic Analysis. The research will investigate how adopted adults (18-25 years old) view their identity.
If you are interested in taking part in this research, please read the attached ‘Participant Information Sheet’. This will tell you more about the research and whether you are eligible to take part.
After reading the ‘Participant Information Sheet’, if you are still interested in taking part in the research, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact my research supervisor, Melanie Haughton: M.Haughton@derby.ac.uk / 01332 597842.
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