Managing early adversity

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Childhood experiences, substance use, and eating behaviours in adulthood
 
We are researchers at the University of Victoria (UVic) who are conducting a questionnaire-based study on the links between various life experiences, including adverse childhood experiences such as child maltreatment, and well-being in adulthood, including substance use and eating behaviours.  In order to participate in the study you must identify as a woman (including a trans or non-binary woman) who is 19 years of age or older
 
All responses are confidential and anonymous.  The study will take about 30 minutes to complete. PLEASE BE SURE TO ONLY COMPLETE THE STUDY ONCE.
 
In exchange for your much appreciated time and effort, we are offering you the opportunity to enter a prize draw with 4 chances to win a $25 gift certificate to Amazon.ca or Amazon.com, depending on your country of residence.
 
If you are interested in participating in this study, you will need to review the consent form first and then proceed to the study here:

For more information, please contact the researchers directly:  Carolyn Mirotchnick (principle researcher) at uviclaces@gmail.com or Dr. Marsha Runtz (research supervisor) at runtz@uvic.ca.