This study will explore the effects of face orientation, both right-side up and upside down, on emotion recognition for individuals with BDD.
The main benefit for research participants taking part in the current study is that further research exploring the potential impacts for emotion recognition for individuals with BDD may provide better insight into the overall function of BDD emotion recognition and potentially add to previous face-processing literature.
You are invited to participate in this research project because you are either diagnosed or self-diagnosed with BDD and over the age of 18 and not currently in therapy for BDD.
Your participation will involve completing an online Qualtrics questionnaire that will take less than 30 minutes of your time.
The quiz will ask you to input which emotion you believe is being presented by images of faces that are either right-side up or upside down.
To take part, follow this link
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