Interested in helping with research in an area which could help other teens?
We’re researchers conducting a study on the experiences of youth in America today. Our study looks at how youth relate to themselves and the world around them, and we would be very grateful to anyone who can help us out. You can help us by filling out an online survey about your experiences. It will take a few minutes and all responses are confidential so no one will know you took it unless you want them to. Follow the link below to learn more and take the survey! https://sites.google.com/site/teenstodayproject/ Thanks!
This research is being conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. If you have any questions or comments, you can contact us through our message box, contact the principle investigator of the Interpersonal Perceptions Lab at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the IRB office at 608-263-2320.
“I did! I don’t know where all the extra water usage is from. I—wait. Have you seen Munch lately?”
Beth Z.: “This is my cat, Munch. I came home one day from work, was greeted by my 2 Frenchies and sat down to get some puppy kisses. Next thing I know the downstairs toilet flushes. My husband was out of town so I was scared at first, until I saw the cat come walking out of the bathroom. It’s now his favorite thing to do.”