A number of NDARC research studies are currently seeking participants.
Your participation will lead to increased evidence on the prevention, causes and treatment of substance dependence (addiction) and related mental health conditions.
Research studies currently seeking participants:
International study of pro/antisocial behaviour in young adults (HC180527)
Research Team: Dr Emma Barrett, Associate Professor Nickie Newton, Dr Lexine Stapinski, Miss Siobhan Lawler and Miss Tuyet-Ngan Doan
Target Group: Young Australians aged 18-20 years old
Project Contact: Dr Emma Barrett (email@example.com)
This research study aims to explore factors that are associated with prosocial and antisocial behaviour during early adulthood. The online survey will ask you for some general demographic information, sociodemographic information, information about your time at school, your experiences with drugs and alcohol, problems with police, your friendship network and important life events. It will also ask you about adverse childhood experiences, deviant behaviours in the last year and in your lifetime, personality traits, coping strategies you use, and your prosocial attitudes.
We hope to use information we get from this research study to better understand factors associated with the development of prosocial and antisocial behaviour.
This survey is completely voluntary, de-identified and confidential.
If you would like to participate or know someone who would be interested in participating, please click here or copy and paste this link into a new browser window: https://unsw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3JhqJ9iQH9cj7s9
CESSATE Stop Smoking Study
The CESSATE Stop Smoking Study is trying to reduce rates of smoking by providing NSW residents with free quit aids and support.
For a detailed description of the CESSATE Stop Smoking Study please visit the study webpage.
Untreated Remission from Alcohol Problems
Have you experienced problems with alcohol in the past? If yes, you probably possess valuable information and insights.
NDARC researchers are looking for participants for a unique interview experience. Interviewees will work with a researcher to develop an autobiographical account of their life, drawing the highs, lows and important moments.