1 Study Matches
Understanding Suicide and Self-Harm Among Young Adults in Daily Life
This study explores participants mood and how it changes from day to day and how mood and other things like personality and relationships influence thoughts of suicide or self-harm. Participants will both track and be able to visualize their mood and other experiences on a daily basis from their own smartphones.
There will be a set of questionnaires to complete online that will last between 45 and 90 minutes. Then participants will complete very brief (about 2 minute) surveys a few times per day on their smartphone over 12 weeks.
Alec Trahan - at firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychology (UNIVERSITY PARK)
18 year(s) or older
Undergraduate student at Penn State
Have thoughts of suicide or self-harm in the past 12 months
Own and use an Apple iOS or Android smartphone device
Exclusion Criteria:Does not speak English
Not a Penn State undergraduate student
Does not own an Apple iOS or Android smartphone device
Unwilling/unable to download and utilize study smartphone app
Prevention, Sleep Management, Mental & Behavioral Health