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Effect of Social Running on Anxiety and Depression

Hello! My name is Keely Hope and while most of you know me from running, I am asking you take a few minutes to participate in a research study I’ve created. When I am not running, I am a faculty member in the Psychology Department at Eastern Washington University and am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

I think that it is important to learn more about how running potentially helps reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. I also want to know how social running affects these issues.

Your participation is completely voluntary.

While completing the survey, you will answer questions about your running habits and take two surveys designed to measure symptoms of anxiety and depression. You will also answer some questions about how you feel while you run and right before you run. This may bring up some unpleasant thoughts or feelings. If that happens while you are taking the survey, you may stop. You may also email me at any time to discuss these feelings you have while you are taking the survey. I can be reached at khope@ewu.edu

If you have any questions about the study, you can speak to me directly or email me. Thank you for your time.
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