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Posted: Monday, April 29, 2013 8:02 AM

Do You Have A Child Between The Ages Of 2 And 6?

The Understanding Children and Families Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Central Florida is looking for parents of young children to take part in a research project. This project plans to examine the relationships among parents' temperament and personality, parenting, and young children's emotions and behaviors. It is hoped that this project will provide valuable information about how families in today's society function and which family characteristics can be utilized to promote more positive outcomes for young children. If you are interested in participating in this project, you will be asked to complete a packet of questionnaires that will take approximately an hour of your time. The questionnaires will have you rate various behaviors relevant to parenting and child outcomes. Your participation is completely voluntary, and you can choose to answer only those questions with which you are comfortable. Your responses will be completely anonymous. None of your response will be examined individually; instead, your responses will be examined only within the context of the whole data set that is collected or in the aggregate. The Institutional Review Board (IRB) at the University of Central Florida has approved this project. To participate, you may anonymously complete our survey online at or contact Jayme Puff at, or Kimberly Renk, Ph.D., at to receive one of our research packets in the mail with a stamped return envelope for easy completion and return. Thank you for your time and consideration in advance. We greatly appreciate it!

Contact person: Kimberly Renk
Phone: 407-823-2218

• Location: Beaumont/Pt Arthur, College Station, Galveston, Houston, Huntsville, Orlando, Florida

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