PhD student requests ‘Couples in Retirement’ participation in study
Ayeesha Abbasi, a PhD candidate at the Australian National University, is seeking participation of partners in his ‘Couples in Retirement Study’. The survey-based study will examine the experiences of couples in retirement, and analysis of the results will constitute part of his dissertation.
“The survey asks questions about retirement goals and experiences, health, social support, and psychological resources (e.g., motivation). My research examines the interaction between couples,” Ayeesha said.
“As such, I request that the survey is completed by both you and your partner. Surveys should be completed separately, but it is recommended that you and your partner complete the survey at similar times. Your responses will then be linked using an anonymous code generated by you.
“To participate in this study, please complete the survey by following the link: http://bit.ly/couplesinretirement
“If you know of other couples who may be interested in participating in this research, I would greatly appreciate if you would make them aware of this study.
“Further information regarding participation in this survey is available via the link above. Any queries may be directed to me at email@example.com.”
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ANU College of Business & Economics