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  1. i work in research and recently i've been doing a project on Open Access research. i've come across a couple of websites that publish authors' copies of their own research, which is normally protected by paywalls. none of them require sign-ins or accounts. none of them work 100% but you can test your luck. a lot of the time here i see people quoting abstracts from PubMed, but that's not a good practice (although I understand, the best available). https://www.researchgate.net/ - this will ask you to create an account but you don't have to. simply search for the article that interests you in Google, and then click on the ResearchGate result. Options to search for other papers will be available then. (of course if you get an account, searching is easier - up to you). This resource should have about 30%-40% of what you search for. https://www.academia.edu/ - same deal with the account and how to get around it. this will have about 20% success rate. hope this helps. i will update this if i come across something else. happy searching/reading! ETA: an example about bipolar: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/227628272_Gabapentin_in_bipolar_disorder_A_placebo-controlled_trial_of_adjunctive_therapy_Gabapentin_Bipolar_Disorder_Study_Group and schizophrenia: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/303721498_How_much_physical_activity_do_people_with_schizophrenia_engage_in_A_systematic_review_comparative_meta-analysis_and_meta-regression
  2. Hi, my name is Amy Kaukiainen and I’m completing a fourth year honours project at the University of Queensland as part of the requirements for the Bachelor of Psychological Science program. The topic of my project focuses on the effects that using Internet message and discussion boards may have on self-injury. I have recruited several participants via a student participation scheme at the University of Queensland but in order for my questionnaire to reach as many people as possible I am now beginning to approach discussion boards and social media pages dedicated to self-injury. The survey is very quick and is completely anonymous. It is also possible to exit the study at any time. At the end of the questionnaire we recommend online free published resources which may be helpful. If you are interested in being apart of this research please press the link below, which will take you to the beginning of the survey. Again the website is secure and totally anonymous. https://uqpsych.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8xiKs8wWVtCOJxP Thank you in advance.
  3. Hello, I am a PhD student at the Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University, Garden City, NY. I invite you to participate in my research study about self-harm and use of online self-harm communities. **This research request has been approved by the moderating team.** You must be at least 18 years of age to participate in the study and must use an online self-harm website (e-community, forum, web board, group, etc.). Participation is completely voluntary and anonymous. Participants will not be asked to provide their names or any identifying information when completing the questionnaire. Participants will be asked to recollect and report information about their self-harm behaviors and experiences using online self-harm communities. If you believe that providing such information will be distressing, please do not participate in the study. If you wish to participate, please follow the link below. You will be asked to provide consent to participate and then will be asked to complete the survey. Survey Monkey: https://www.surveymo.../onlineselfharm If you have any questions, please contact me at laurenmoy@mail.adelphi.edu or my advisor, Dr. Rebecca Curtis, at curtis@adelphi.edu. Thank you for your consideration, Lauren Moy, MA Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies Adelphi University
  4. First off, I have to explain that I am currently a post graduate student doing my masters in visual arts. As such, my research is of a visual nature in its final format. There is a long history of reading and writing about medical history behind all my artwork, however, and all that writing and reading is what leads up to my finished works. These images are of abandoned asylums from around 2009. I did a large series of these during my BFA. There are 30 or more works in total and they are fairly large canvases. These four are some of my favourites. http://www.crazyboards.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/8537-the-examination-room/ http://www.crazyboards.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/8536-sink/ http://www.crazyboards.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/8535-doorways/ http://www.crazyboards.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/8534-the-activity-room/ I am currently working on another project for my masters that I am very secretive about. It is hugely different from what you see here. I might share some of it when it is finished because mental health, in regards to its history, will undoubtedly play a part. I will also have to dig up my articles because i raid the medical databases on a regular basis and I have a medical history treasure trove of articles, books, images, videos etc...
  5. Is there any particular information/study/journal you have been wanting to access but are having a hard time finding?
  6. Australian participants aged 18-25 required for a research project looking at the relationship between body image concerns and non-suicidal self-injury. This study, approved by the ethics board of Monash University, hopes to improve the understanding of this relationship, and look at factors that may be protective or predictive. This study will require you to complete an online survey, taking approximately 35-50 minutes. By participating, you can go in the draw to win a $100 Village Cinemas Gold Class gift card. Both males and females are invited to participate. You do not need to have a history of self-injury to participate in this study – we require a variety of responses. Please note that people who have attempted suicide in the past are not eligible to participate in this study. This survey contains questions on a number of sensitive issues that may cause discomfort or concern in some participants. If you have a history of self-injury, you will be asked to disclose some details on types of self-injurious behaviours, frequency and intent. Body image concerns and eating attitudes are also discussed, and you may feel uncomfortable answering these questions. Questions in the survey also cover topics such as symptoms of depression and anxiety, coping skills and emotion. Please only complete this survey if you feel able to answer questions on these topics. If you are feeling distressed during the survey, you may withdraw at any point prior to submitting your answers. A list of counselling and support services will be provided at the end of this statement and upon completion of the survey. Results from this study will hopefully improve understanding of the relationship between body image and self-injury, and indicate directions for treatment and early intervention. Please contact ercar3@student.monash.edu if you have any questions about this study. More information can be found at the link below http://tinyurl.com/nssisurvey Thank you, Elise N.B. This research request has been approved by the moderating team.
  7. Clicking on this link will take you to a questionnaire for a research project being carried out at the University of Birmingham by a medical student looking at the use of self-harm websites/forums. Please click here https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/N2CCHW2 to be taken to further information where you can decide whether or not to take part by answering the questionnaire. Velvet Elvis has granted permission for this link to be posted.
  8. I thought this was an interesting article, especially considering I'm slowly recovering from severe anhedonia. I would love to never have to go through it again and wouldn't wish it on anyone. I found this by googling anhedonia and hormones. Hopefully it hasn't already been posted. The article discusses the role of melanocortin and the brain's reward system. It also talks about how some methods of research (mainly the forced swim tests for lab rats) may be causing scientists to overlook information that could lead to better treatments. Besides mental illness, it also has the potential for weight loss applications. Here's the link: Why the Thrill is Gone: Scientists Identify Potential Target for Treating Major Symptom of Depression http://neurosciencen...loss-treatment/
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