A Psychological Study of Hair Loss, Self-Compassion and Shame in Adults

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United Kingdom
age 18+; diagnosed with alopecia areata, totalis or universalis
Plymouth University

Researchers from Plymouth University led by Doctoral Psychologist, Semanthi Sagathevan, are seeking individuals who are living with alopecia areata, universalis, or totalis to participate in a research study. The study is looking that the role of shame and self-compassion in individual experiences of hair loss. Participants are asked to complete an online survey that will take about 10-15 minutes.  In order to participate, individuals should be living with, or have lived with alopecia areata, universalis or totalis, and aged 18 years or older. No identifying information will be collected.

If you have any questions about the research study, you can email Semanthi Sagathevan at semanthi.sagathevan@postgrad.plymouth.ac.uk.