Latina/o Strengths and Barriers to Psychological Well-Being

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Stigma, Identity, and Intersectionality

Stigma, Identity, and Intersectionality

Latina/o Strengths and Barriers to Psychological Well-Being

 

The Stigma, Identity, and Intersectionality Research Team at Teachers College, Columbia University is conducting a study focused on the strengths of Latinas/os and the barriers they face in obtaining psychological well-being in the United States.

Participation in the study involves completing a 20-40 minute survey, either online or in hard copy. In order to participate, you must:

  • Identify as Hispanic or Latina/o
  • Be over 18 years old

  • Live in the United States.

If you would like to participate, please follow this link: http://bit.ly/latinowellbeing

Alternatively, if you would like to participate via hard copy, or if you have any questions or concerns about this study, please feel free to contact the principal investigators of the study, Robert A. Cox Jr., M.A. (rc2813@tc.columbia.edu) and Brandon L. Velez, Ph.D. (velez3@tc.columbia.edu). This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) of Teachers College, Columbia University (IRB #16-251).


El laboratorio de investigación de Stigma, Identity, and Intersectionality de Teachers College, Columbia University está llevando a cabo un estudio que se centra en las fortalezas y barreras para el bienestar psicológico que se enfrentan en los Estados Unidos. La participación en el estudio significa completar un cuestionario de 20 a 40 minutos. Se lo puede completar por la red o por un cuestionario listado por papel. Si quieras participar, hay que:

  • Identifique como Hispano o Latina/o

  • Tenga más que 18 años

  • Viva en los Estados Unidos

Si quieres participar, por favor, sigue este enlace: http://bit.ly/latinowellbeing

Alternativamente, si quieres participar con el cuestionario listado por papel, o si tiene cualquier preocupación o pregunta sobre este estudio, puede ponerse en contacto con los investigadores principales, Robert Cox Jr., M.A. (rc2813@tc.columbia.edu) y Brandon L. Velez, Ph.D. (velez3@tc.columbia.edu). Este estudio se ha aprobado por el Institutional Review Board (IRB) of Teachers College, Columbia University (IRB #16-251).

 

 

 

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