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National Study of Families
Posted by: Meg Frisbie (ID *****2008) Date: June 03, 2006 at 18:21:15
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Interested in family and family relationships? Volunteers wanted for national study on relationships between siblings. Participation will include a 1 to 1 1/2 hour interview that will be conducted by telephone. Your participation is voluntary, and although there is no compensation, you may find the experience interesting and rewarding. The study is being conducted by a Ph.D. researcher and research institute. In order to participate, you must be between the ages of 18 and 80, and currently have or have had in the past at least one sibling (brother or sister). Those who have step-, half, or deceased siblings are also eligible to be a part of the study.

To participate in the study or to receive further information, respond to the email address below; please include your age, location (State) and the number and gender of your siblings.

Thank you.

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