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Participate in Research

Thank you for your interest in participating in research related to toilet anxiety. Below is a list of studies currently being run by Dr. Simon Knowles and colleagues. Please click the link below the study title to participate:


Development of a Bowel and Bladder Obsession Severity Scale (BBOSS)

Bowel and Bladder Obsession refers to the overwhelming fear of losing control of one’s bladder or bowel in public. This study is aimed at the development of a Bowel and Bladder Obsession Severity Scale. During this study you will be asked questions about certain experiences that individuals may have about their bladder and/or bowels in public and in social situations. This study will take no longer than 60 minutes to complete. To participate, please follow this link: https://swinburnefhad.au1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1z6qb1d0zDIq3U9


Exploring sociocognitive aspects of toilet anxiety

Toilet anxiety affects around 1 in 15 adults, and refers to not feeling comfortable using a public toilet. In this study, you are invited to participate in a 60-minute online survey. During this study you will be asked about common (yet uncomfortable) experiences that individuals sometimes have in public toilets and in social situations in general. To participate, please follow this link: http://opinio.online.swin.edu.au/s?s=17724


Exploring the Role of Attitudes and Cognition in Toilet Anxiety

This study aims to investigate how dysfunctional attitudes, cognitive processes and social-cognitive coping styles relate to toilet anxiety (Paruresis and Parcopresis). Toilet anxiety refers to the difficulty or inability to use a public toilet. During this online study you will be asked questions about common (yet uncomfortable) experiences that individuals may have in public toilets and in social situations. This study will take no longer than 60 minutes to complete. To participate, please follow this link: https://swinburnefhad.au1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_09uwsTdVzEYFUod











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