The Research Grant 2013 goes to a SF-Internet Self-Help Tool Project

The EBTA 2013 Research Grant has been awarded to the proposal presented by Rytis Pakrosnis (PhD, Assist.Prof.) and Viktorija Cepukiene (PhD, Assist.Prof.), both from Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania.

The aim of the research project is to create a computer/internet solution-focused self-help tool for adults, and conduct an outcome study on a sample of university students population using standardized outcome measures. The design is a quasi-experimental study with comparison group and pre- to post-intervention evaluations using standardized as well as subjective measures. A sample of around 100 undergraduate psychology students in the experimental group and around the same number of psychology students in the comparison group is planned.

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