Support an Interesting Study

Dear Colleagues,

My name is Minu Mathews and I am a postgraduate researcher at the Institute of Psychological Sciences at the University of Leeds.

I am writing to ask if you would be interested in taking part in a new and exciting cross-cultural study that looks into the effect of work on employee well-being and health behaviour. Specifically, the study explores the demands you experience in your everyday work-life and the resources you adopt when coping with them. If you are interested in taking part and you are currently working in the UK, please contact the address below for more information.

The initial questionnaire takes 20 minutes to complete and the second phase of the study (which is optional, but I hope you will enrol in) involves the completion of brief daily diaries.

The only criterion to take part in this study is that you have to be working in the UK. If you know of anyone else who might be interested, please do pass this on to them.

Do not hesitate to contact me at if you have any questions at all.

Kind regards,


This study has obtained ethical approval from the Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds (10007-11).

Minu Susan Mathews
Postgraduate Research Student
Health and Social Psychology Group
Institute of Psychological Sciences

(Clothworkers Central Building, Room 1.69)
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT

Phone: 0113 3439191

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2 replies »

  1. Hello you all, I learned about you guys from Mr. David Barsomeon here in Denver, Colorado. I majored sociology undergraduate experience. I really like the science of sociology. It’s not perfect, but better than most other social sciences. I am retired and 100% disabled veteran. I’d sure like to know more about your soc. group you are forming up. Please send me info the group: Dr. Richard Moreno, 1534 So. Cape St. Lakewood, CO. 80232. I’ll send you resume and maybe I could fit in some place the group. Thanks, adios Amigos.

  2. Hi – we don’t really have anything anything to send in the mail but if you e-mail we can talk that way.

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