Topic: Please help with this online survey study of alexithymia, emotion regulation and mindfulness

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Please help with this online survey study of alexithymia, emotion regulation and mindfulness
10.11.2017 by MissCat

Hi Everyone. I am doing my 4th-year Psychology degree thesis study on the topic of Alexithymia, emotional regulation, and mindfulness. the study aims to find out whether mindfulness can moderate the relationship between alexithymia and emotional regulation. It is a preliminary study on whether mindfulness training can help improve the effectiveness of psychotherapy on individuals with an elevated trait of alexithymia. Please help by participating in this online survey. The necessary ethical approval of the study is acquired. This survey takes about 25-30 minutes, and it is completely anonymous. Participants need to be 18 yrs and above. no other restrictions.

Survey not available
15.02.2018 by Rhonda

Just to let all know that if you click the link to participate in the survey a message comes up saying it has been noted you have participated in the survey. If you try the link a 2nd time it says you have already participated in the survey.

If it is no longer active, perhaps admin should delete this from the forum?


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Alexithymia - emotional blindness - is a personality trait characterized by the inability to identify and describe emotions in the self. Core characteristics of alexithymia are marked dysfunction in emotional awareness, social attachment, and interpersonal relationship.
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