Stress Assessment with Support from Peers
The Quality of Life Technologies research group at University of Geneva in Switzerland is looking for individuals like you to participate in a research study about human stress.
The study director is Prof. Dr. Katarzyna Wac, and the study leader is the doctoral student Allan Berrocal (
This study uses a new data collection method to explore the role of peers and their ability to report on emotional states such as stress occurring to you in the daily living.
Peers can be, for example, family members, work colleagues, or close friends with whom you have regular contact (either face to face, or remotely via phone calls, messages, etc.).
We ask you to complete very short surveys during the day using a smartphone application we provide. Surveys take less than 1 minute to complete.
To be eligible for this study:
* You must be at least 18 years old.
* You must read standard English or French.
* You must own and use your mobile phone with Android operating system.
If you need further details before proceeding, please contact
Thank you in advance for your collaboration.
Please fill out the questions below to determine your eligibility to participate.
Are you at least 18 years old?
Do you use an Android smartphone ?
Could you invite one or two persons (peers) among your friends and colleagues to participate in the experiment? (ideally you interact with them regularly).
No, I can't invite any person
At most one person
At least two persons
Certainly more than two persons
Are your peers at least 18 years old?
Do your peers use an Android smartphone?
Data Privacy in this study
The information collected from you as a participant and the acquired data are confidential.
The experimenter and project managers are strictly bound by professional secrecy with regard to data and connections between data and subjects.
All the data will be archived on our secure server hosted at the University of Geneva, with access protection and separate backup, under the responsibility of the Protocol Director. In addition, at your written request, your data can be erased at any time without any negative consequences to you.
Please enter your name and phone number or email if you want to be contacted directly by the researcher with more information about this study.
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