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The University of Amsterdam (Department of Clinical Psychology) is conducting an online study in order to examine how people experience social situations and interpersonal relationships. We are particularly interested in finding out how the experience of social situations is related to traumatic or distressing experiences people have had in their lives. We hope that the results of this study will help us improve treatment for people who find it difficult to deal with traumatic life events.

We would like to invite you to participate in this online survey. Participation includes filling in one questionnaire which is completely anonymous.
This survey is primarily directed at people who have experienced one or more traumatic events in their life, regardless whether they still feel troubled or not. However, we also invite people who have never had a traumatic experience to participate as their information will also be very valuable for us.

All your data will be treated as strictly confidential. You will not be asked to provide information that could be used to identify you. Moreover, you can leave the survey at any point without giving reasons. Note, however, that we can use your answers for this research only if you complete the survey. This study was approved by the Ethics commitee of the University of Amsterdam.

If you would like to participate please follow this link:

If you have further questions please feel free to contact [email protected]


Lara Pivodic
Dr. Thomas Ehring

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