The purpose of this study is to survey everyday thinking skills in people with body dysmorphic symptoms.
The Centre for Mental Health and Brain Sciences at Swinburne University is conducting an important survey for those with symptoms of body dysmorphic disorder, regarding their everyday thinking experiences. They are keen to hear about individuals’ with BDD everyday experience of thinking skills such as memory, attention, decision-making and planning, and would really appreciate you taking this survey. It could be used to help design new cognitive treatments for BDD.
Participation is online, open to any adults who may have symptoms of body dysmorphic disorder and English-language proficiency and will take between 15 to 25 minutes to complete. Participation is voluntary. Click on the link below to participate.