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Research Studies

Black Mental Wellness is committed to increasing our knowledge and understanding of all aspects of Black mental health and issues affecting Black people, through encouraging active participation in research studies. We will use our platform to post announcements related to the recruitment of research participants.

 

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Call for research participants

“Adult Attachment of African American Women who have Mothers with Borderline Personality Disorder” 
 

The purpose of this study is to examine the lived experiences of African American women whose mothers were diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).  

 

Eligibility to Participate:

  • African American women between the ages of 18 and 45

  • Mother diagnosed with BPD by a medical professional and/or if you are an African-American woman who is a part of an online or social media BPD specific support group

  • Fluent in English

  • Resident of any part of the United States of America

  • Willing to participate in an audio-recorded, in-person, or telephone interview for 60 minutes

 

For More Information:

Elizabeth Onyeali at elizabeth.onyeali@waldenu.edu

 

The Walden University IRB Approval Number for this study is 06-05-19-0465129 and it expires on June 4, 2020.